MrBeast Burger took the internet by storm in 2020 when he unveiled that he had kicked off his own restaurant chain.
In his May 31 YouTube video, airrack managed to convince MrBeast’s manager, Reed, to borrow the MrBeast Burger SUV.
The YouTuber was all set to deliver burgers with a special version of the app that rerouted all the traffic from a kitchen just so he could take care of the orders himself.
Alongside fellow YouTuber Jesse James West, airrack began to take orders in an attempt to surpass MrBeast in subs “one by one.”
When it was done, the YouTuber compared his numbers to his opponents and while he managed to gain 20K subs, MrBeast went up by 100K.
Airrack and his crew decided to just give burgers away to random folks on the street and managed to give away 100.