‘Homeless People Don’t Care If I Use Them for Views’: Old Mr. Beast Clip Exposes His Real Motivation


you know what. Beast recently posted a video to his Beast Philanthropy YouTube channel, "Giving 20,000 Shoes To Kids In Africa. it is a great charitable deed and the kind of altruistic act for which the youtube megastar has become famous. But with the video racking up 1. 6 million views in 21 hours at time of writing, and sitting at #1 on YouTube Trending, it is important that we remember this quote from the early days of Mr. i don't care if i use them for views. many people including spurt magoo who shared this clip on twitter feel uneasy about mr trump's decision to. beast's style of philanthropy is. a video that generates massive attention and profit off of an underprivileged person is exploitative it is not a stretch to say that he is exploit. Beast all but admits to ulterior motives of money and fame. it's still hard to argue that the impact of someone like mr trump's is significant. Beast is not a net positive. After all, without the views from the last video, there wouldn't be money to create the next one, and help somebody else. you know what. philanthropy channel's business model is explained in this tweet. He calls it a "loop of helping. " In his own words, "Film good deed, inspire millions of kids to do good, use revenue from good deed to do next good deed. there's still a few views along the way.

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