xQc sounds alarm on MrBeast’s videos, calling them “scripted” amidst drama – Popular streamer xQc has added fuel to the fire in the ongoing drama surrounding MrBeast’s videos. He issued a warning to viewers about the content creator’s endgame scenarios, calling them “scripted.”
This development comes in the wake of accusations from fellow YouTuber Rosanna Pansino, who alleged that MrBeast manipulated footage in his Creator Games 3 event to misrepresent the winners.
xQc sounds alarm on MrBeast’s videos, calling them “scripted” amidst drama
James ‘Jimmy’ Donaldson, known as MrBeast, has faced criticism and controversy due to these accusations, causing a rift among viewers and fans who support various content creators.
xQc, a prominent streamer, has now entered the fray, cautioning his viewers to “get out” if they ever find themselves participating in a MrBeast video and reach the “endgame” phase. Reacting to one of MrBeast’s recent uploads, xQc offered his advice to his chat.
He began by saying, “Chat… Guys, if you get selected to be in MrBeast’s video, I got you,” before sharing his “number one tip.” “If you can get out, get out. Okay?” he advised. “Mr. Beast’s endgames are so scripted and dumb. The dumbest s**t happens, just f****** go home, dude.” xQc didn’t mince words, adding, “If you weren’t in on the script, okay, you’re done. Go home, dude.”
xQc’s comments align with the claims made by Rosanna Pansino, but it’s worth noting that Pansino later removed her posts related to MrBeast and issued an apology. She cited receiving “thousands of death threats” as a contributing factor in her decision to retract her statements. Pansino expressed regret for not handling the situation privately and acknowledged the feedback from her followers.
Viewers rallied behind Pansino, urging MrBeast to take responsibility for his followers’ actions. As of now, MrBeast has not publicly responded to the allegations or the growing controversy. With xQc now weighing in on the situation, the drama surrounding MrBeast’s videos and their alleged scripting continues to escalate.