YouTube: MrBeast responds to criticism of “Curing Blindness” video

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Following his latest video, YouTuber Jimmy “MrBeast” Donaldson has been accused of charity p*rn. Paying for operations for people who are almost completely blind is said to have only been done because of the clicks. MrBeast reacts relatively calmly to the criticism.

YouTuber Jimmy “MrBeast” Donaldson was surprised his new video “1,000 Blind People See For The First Time” has received over 50 million views within a short period of time. In the video, he pays 1,000 people for life-changing eye surgery, who were then able to see again without restrictions. The high number of views is also due to the fact that the subject of the video on social media was not only celebrated, but was also often criticized.

Critics accuse the YouTuber to produce these actions purely from a financial point of view. A lot of people – especially in the US – debated the video because a simple 10-minute procedure that gives people full vision should be funded by the state. MrBeast can’t really understand the criticism of his video.

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The YouTuber received a lot of criticism, especially on Twitter. In his tweet, he reveals the hypocrisy of Twitter critics.

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Twitter – Rich people should help others with their money
Me – Okay, I’ll use my money to help people and I promise to give away all my money before I die. Every single penny.
Twitter – MrBeast bad

According to the debaters on Twitter, rich people like him should do exactly what he did in his video. Nevertheless, he is put down by Twitter users for it. MrBeast doesn’t take the criticism seriously. According to his own statements, his goal is simply to do as much good as possible with his YouTube money and then to run as President of the United States.