Popular YouTuber Jimmy “MrBeast” Donaldson is known as the “Good Samaritan” of social media, giving away insane amounts of cash to streamers, waitresses, and students in his videos - but one video brought citizens of his town to tears.
While MrBeast has opened up stores in the past where all items were priced at just one dollar each, he’s never stepped into the car dealership business - until now.
The YouTuber uploaded a video on August 29, where he opened up his very own “car dealership,” knocking down the prices of 12 vehicles to amounts like $7, $3, 69 cents, and other low numbers - despite spending over $100,000 on the project.
Of course, MrBeast’s generosity did not go unrewarded, leaving customers speechless and even shedding a few tears over the matter, with MrBeast himself getting a bit watery-eyed during the proceedings.
Of course, his “free car dealership” also included a “last to leave” game, with three potential buyers waiting inside the cab to be the last customer standing - but all three ended up getting their own cars anyway, as did MrBeast’s brother, who just started his own YouTube channel on August 28.
“This video is very special to me, and we impacted a lot of lives today,” Donaldson said of the project. “We really want to continue doing stuff like this.”
Although his over-the-top videos might seem incredulous, MrBeast’s content does real good in the real world - and he wants to keep expanding his reach.
“I want to open a homeless shelter, plant a lot of trees - just do a lot of good things,” he continued.
This wouldn’t be the first time the YouTuber has mentioned wanting to open up a homeless shelter, either: the star mentioned such a venture in a Tweet in early June, although he admitted he might go with “something more simple like a food bank if I believe it will be more helpful.”
Idk, still educating myself. I might end up going with something more simple like a food bank if I believe it will be more helpful.— MrBeast (@MrBeastYT) June 12, 2019
For now, MrBeast is still bringing out the bangers with each upload - but that’s far from his end goal, leaving both fans and members of his own community waiting for even grander projects in the future.
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