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Famous Influencer Calls MrBeast A ‘F*cking Loser’ For Not Helping Lift YouTube Ban On His Account


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YouTube star SteveWillDoIt, a member of the Nelk Boys, has publicly accused MrBeast of being a “f*cking loser” who ignored him when he asked for help after his YouTube channel was permanently banned in 2022. This accusation has intensified the SteveWillDoIt vs MrBeast feud that has been simmering for some time.

SteveWillDoIt’s YouTube channel was banned due to gambling concerns, leading him to sign a new contract with Rumble, a platform known for less stringent content policies. He claims that he reached out to MrBeast, YouTube’s second most-subscribed creator, for help during his conflict with the platform but was ignored. “MrBeast is a f*cking loser, guy doesn’t care about helping people actually,” Steve wrote on X, formerly Twitter. “We were in group chat talking about my YouTube videos a month before my channel got deleted. When I reached out to get help, he ignored me. Just shows he truly doesn’t care about helping people. My opinion. Could be wrong.”

Steve continued to criticize MrBeast, saying that he “only cares about views” and that he doesn’t think he’s a “nice person.” He called MrBeast a “fake phony loser,” adding that his gut feeling tells him that the YouTuber is a “bad person.” This public outburst has added fuel to the ongoing SteveWillDoIt vs MrBeast feud, making waves in the YouTube community.

MrBeast, known for his extravagant giveaways and charitable projects, has previously faced criticism for his philanthropic endeavors, with some netizens accusing him of performing these acts to benefit his own image and pocketbook. He responded to these criticisms in 2023 by tweeting, “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.”

While MrBeast continues to be a divisive figure in the online space, he maintains his charitable work on his secondary channel, MrBeast Philanthropy. His latest video focused on The Ron Clark Academy, a non-profit middle school, where MrBeast and partners paid for 200 teachers to attend to learn from its educators.

SteveWillDoIt’s comments come on the heels of MrBeast’s latest project, a website called Viewstats, which gives users an in-depth look into YouTube statistics. Steve seemed unimpressed by the project, further indicating the rift between the two YouTubers.

MrBeast is not the only major personality to receive SteveWillDoIt’s wrath. In early May, the Nelk influencer called out rapper 6ix9ine in a viral video, labeling him a “deadbeat dad” and giving his daughter $100,000.

As of now, MrBeast has not responded to SteveWillDoIt’s accusations. It remains to be seen whether this will spark a public feud between the two prominent YouTubers, further escalating the tension surrounding the SteveWillDoIt YouTube channel’s ban and his subsequent move to Rumble under a new contract.

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