The YouTuber previously accused MrBeast, real name Jimmy Donaldson, of effectively lying about the outcome of a recent viral challenge.
Pansino competed in one of the three hide-and-seek challenges hosted by MrBeast in Creator Games 3, and she previously accused MrBeast of presenting a version of events which didn’t really happen and reducing her role in the clip.
The YouTuber has given out amazing prizes like cash and cars in the past, so when he and fellow creator, James Seo, approached two kids in a store and asked them to choose between “$1 dollar or [a] mystery gift” they happily chose the latter.
The clip showed two boys ripping into the wrapped “mystery gift” box. As they opened the box, they found another smaller box inside and continued to tear them open as they got progressively smaller.
But, as they unwrapped it they found a $1 dollar bill in a wooden box, meaning the whole unwrapping saga was completely pointless.
One of MrBeast’s most contentious videos to date saw him “help 1,000 deaf people to hear”.
The six-minute clip, which racked up 36 million views on YouTube alone in just two days earlier this year, saw MrBeast give groundbreaking hearing aids to his subjects and film their stunned reactions as the devices were turned on.
He explained in a voiceover: “We got our hands on over $3 million worth of cutting-edge hearing technology, that, unlike old hearing aids, analyses people's specific hearing needs, allowing them to hear again without causing any damage.”
His exploits were considered damaging to countless viewers who have accused him of producing little more than harmful “inspiration porn”.
In response to the news, MrBeast has been on the receiving end of some backlash as some accuse him of being a “culty”.
It seems MrBeast saw some of the criticism and defended himself for getting “cancelled” over a good deed.
He replied: “Only I could get canceled for giving people a place to live with no strings attached.
“All these company town tweets make no sense, I was just helping some people.”
The burger lawsuit
It was reported back in August that MrBeast was being counter-sued for $100 million by Virtual Dining Concepts, the company behind Beast Burger restaurants.
MrBeast shared in June that he was going to be “moving on” from his Beast Burger restaurants in order to concentrate more on his snack business with his chocolate bar brand Feastables.
Just over two years ago Donaldson partnered with Virtual Dining Concepts (VDC) to launch over 2,000 ‘ghost kitchens’ to make Beast Burger available across the United States.
In the summer, MrBeast confirmed that he was suing the company behind his burgers over quality control complaints, while also claiming not to have received payments.
Now, VDC are suing Donaldson for failing to honour his contractual obligations, as well as intentional tortious interference. The lawsuit was filed on Monday morning in the Supreme Court of the State of New York for the County of New York.
This isn’t so much a controversy as a beef with Andrew Tate, and some would say that annoying him is more of an achievement than something to be criticised for.
Tate made it clear he was upset he didn’t win a MrBeast competition, and he’s claimed the YouTuber’s latest giveaway is a “lie” and claiming it’s the work of “Satan”.
MrBeast previously announced that he’d be giving away his Twitter revenue for a month to the person who could achieve the most likes with their reply to his Tweet.
“Whoever has the most liked reply to this in 48 hours gets all my Twitter revenue for the next month,” MrBeast posted, prompting a flurry of responses.
Tate was one of the people who replied to MrBeast, and he managed to rack up more than 279,000 likes. The controversial influencer originally said he’d give the money to his own charity, Tate Pledge, if he won.
Tate didn’t take it well after the winner was announced (it wasn’t him), claiming that it was a “lie” and thousands of “bots” had faked the result.