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Mr Beast Emerges After 7-Day Burial in Latest YouTube Stunt

Jimmy Donaldson, aka Mr Beast, just performed a remarkable YouTube stunt by being buried alive under 20,000 pounds of soil for seven days.

Jimmy Donaldson, famously known as Mr Beast, recently completed a stunning YouTube stunt by spending seven days buried alive under 20,000 pounds of dirt. 

The 25-year-old internet sensation took on this challenge within a specially designed ‘coffin’ equipped with essentials and cameras, marking another astonishing feat in his YouTube journey.

The Unprecedented Experience:

The ‘coffin’ with a transparent lid contained water, freeze-dried food, and cameras to monitor Donaldson’s reactions and ensure safety. 

Despite lacking entertainment options, he could communicate with his team above ground. However, space limitations only allowed him to sit slightly upright but not stand.

During the burial, Donaldson emotionally stated, “I’m entrusting my life to this coffin for the next seven days.” His stay underground led to moments of frustration and tears, aiming to maximize sleep or ‘hibernation.’

The Triumph and Record-breaking Return:

Upon emerging, Donaldson was greeted by friends and supporters celebrating his achievement, coinciding with crossing 200 million subscribers. 

His subscriber count has soared to 213 million, securing his position as YouTube’s top individual content creator.

The detailed 18-minute video of this daring stunt premiered on November 18, rapidly accumulating nearly 64 million views. 

This event wasn’t his first underground stint, having previously spent 50 hours buried similarly in March 2021.

Beyond Extravagance: Mr Beast’s Impact:

Amidst popularity and controversy, Mr Beast’s extravagant stunts and philanthropic ventures, like “Tipping Pizza Delivery Guys $10,000” and “I Put 100 Million Orbeez In My Friend’s Backyard,” have gained attention. 

However, his initiatives, such as sponsoring sight-restoring surgeries and building wells in Africa, received criticism for potentially exploiting poverty for publicity.

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