Mr Beast’s GTA 5 Chaos mod challenge ends in embarrassment

Published: 10/Sep/2020 13:50

by Georgina Smith


Mr Beast’s brand new GTA V challenge over on his gaming channel ended with an embarrassing punishment for the loser, after they installed the chaos mod and competed to see who could make the most money in the allotted time.

Jimmy “Mr Beast” Donaldson is well known on YouTube for his philanthropic content, where he gives out enormous prizes to his friends and fans for participating in increasingly bizarre contests.

Most recently he issued a challenge to a handful of small YouTubers to keep hold of his diamond play button for as long as they could manage, with the promise to send over droves of subscribers to their channel. The winner, Zealous, went from just under 50,000 subscribers to over 1.5 million thanks to the challenge.

Mr Beast in front of crate of money
Instagram: Mr Beast
Mr Beast’s challenges usually go crazy on YouTube.

But to switch things up, instead of his friends fighting for a grand cash prize or a whole island, this time around they were fighting to avoid a humiliating punishment; standing on the side of the road in a hotdog costume with a suggestive sign.

Jimmy had installed a GTA V Chaos mod onto all of their computers. Each time the blue bar at the top of the screen finished loading, a random and brilliantly chaotic event would occur and make all the player’s lives a lot harder. The person with the least amount of money once the 30 minutes is up, would be declared the loser.

Some of the crazy chaotic events include all civilians getting out of their cars and chasing after one player all at once, a dizzying strobe effect, and a minimum speed that causes the car the blow up if the car doesn’t meet it.

At one point Jimmy was randomly dropped a quarter of a million dollars, placing him firmly above the others in the competition. He was even given the ability to turn everything he touched into gold.

On the flip side, Chandler ended up with “the worst luck,” and was forced to walk in slow motion, got shot by an alien, and started beating people up uncontrollably.

Chandler shot by alien in GTA V chaos mod
YouTube: Mr Beast Gaming
Chandler gets shot by an alien in Mr Beast’s GTA V chaos mod challenge

Unsurprisingly, it was Chandler who ended up losing with a grand total of $194, so he put on the embarrassing hotdog costume and off they went to a random road, where he was made to stand there for ten minutes holding a sign that said “I suck hotdogs.”

While the clip was sped up for the viewers, it was a long ten minutes for Chandler who tried to keep his spirits up despite the droves of cars going by and watching.


Body painter hits out at Twitch after “bulls**t” permanent ban

Published: 6/Jan/2021 21:42

by Virginia Glaze


A body painter and streamer, ‘DelightDaniTV,’ has been permanently banned from Twitch despite seemingly following their Terms of Service, causing her to hit out at the platform in a pointed series of social media posts.

Twitch is a hive for content of all sorts; from broadcasting video games to sharing sightseeing ventures and even competitive dating shows, the platform stands as one of the most varied live streaming sites out there.

However, one of its categories continues to garner controversy throughout the years and that hasn’t appeared to stop after a body painting streamer was hit with a ban despite seeming to follow the platform’s rules.

On January 6, streamer and body painter ‘DelightDaniTV’ hit out at Twitch after receiving a permanent suspension for “inappropriate body art,” which included such offenses as “ females not wearing opaque paint over their chest area” and “wearing a paint and latex combination while streaming content unrelated to body art.”

Dani argued that she was not in violation of any of these rules, showing that she was completely covered with opaque paint in a screenshot taken from her broadcast at the time of the ban.


“According to twitch TOS, using pasties and a layer of latex to cover your nipple and areola and using opaque body paint is within their guidelines, which I followed,” she continued. “If they ain’t cool with body paint, they need to delete the category and not allow it at all.”

This is far from the first time that a body painter has been banned from the site despite appearing to follow Twitch’s guidelines.

A number of female body painters have received suspensions from the platform despite painting their chests before the stream even started and only broadcasting the painting in question.

Twitch itself provided a much-needed update to its nudity and body painting policy in April 2020, although some streamers have taken issue with its clauses for being “vague.”

Twitch has yet to respond to Dani’s permanent ban at the time of writing.