Mr. Beast released a new video on his Beast Philanthropy YouTube channel. In the video, Mr. Beast is paying for the surgeries of children with various leg deformities in the Philippines.
The video is entitled “We Paid for a Free Children’s Hospital.”
You can check it out below.
I watched the video to the end and appreciated it. Mr. Beast, or Jimmy Donaldson, is known on YouTube for his generosity and his initiative in helping people. He made a name for himself on YouTube at the beginning of his YouTube videos when he gave money to a homeless man and when he tipped a waitress $10,000.
Some would say that Mr. Beast is just interested in the views and that it’s not who he is, but I disagree. He seems genuine and cares about helping people, and he has built a YouTube channel with millions of subscribers on the foundation of his generosity.
Yet, the last couple of videos haven’t received applause from everyone. One person tweeted this response to his video.
This person said that “mr beast annoys me so much. not only is this “playing god” (essentially just having fun with people less fortunate than you and doing as you please with them) but he is also discouraging the government from fixing the problem. anything for views though right?”
The thing that doesn’t make sense about the tweet was that Mr. Beast uploaded the video on his Beast Philanthropy channel. All the profits from the channel go to helping people. In this case, it is all about the views. The more views the video gets, the more people can be helped through the channel.
Mr. Beast responded to the tweet by saying, “These tweets genuinely can’t be serious anymore.” The individual claimed that it was a joke and plugged his new album.
People came to Jimmy’s defence.
You’re a sad individual— Niphty (@Niphty_) July 30, 2023
Bruh if someone making the world better place whats your issue?— Sandeep Saini (@journeyvialens) July 30, 2023
At the end of the day, Mr. Beast is helping children, and that’s a good thing.
There will always be haters, but I’m glad for those that are trying to make a difference.
So, we applaud you, Mr. Beast, for your generosity.