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Man refuses to stop tattooing MrBeast on himself until YouTuber responds

Callum Jones

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Man refuses to stop tattooing MrBeast on himself until YouTuber responds

Featured Image Credit: TikTok / @richflows / UPI / Alamy

There is no questioning the younger generation are more likely to stick YouTube on rather than watching a traditional TV show nowadays.

So, in the years gone by when many looked up to the likes of TV presenters and actors, nowadays many aspire to be like YouTubers.

The most subscribed YouTuber on the planet is MrBeast, who has a whopping 160 million subscribers on the popular video platform.

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And fans of the the YouTuber will know his content ranges from crazy challenges with his team, to more serious and emotional content like providing hearing aids for 1,000 deaf people.

Like with any popular figure, some of MrBeast's fans are more diehard than others, but this particular one surely takes the crown as the biggest.

The fan in question goes by the name of @richflows on TikTok, with his dedication to the YouTuber unmatched.

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As documented on his TikTok account, Rich is even getting inked with MrBeat's name, and has eight of them on his body.

You'd think the super fan would maybe mix it up with the tattoo designs, perhaps even MrBeast's face could be inked on him for variety.

That isn't the case though, as all eight tattoos, all of which are in the same place by the way, simply just read 'MrBeast'.

The tattoos all encompass the same design. Credit: TikTok/@richflows
The tattoos all encompass the same design. Credit: TikTok/@richflows
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The story does not stop there though, as Rich doesn't show any signs of stopping getting the tattoos until MrBeast clocks his vids.

While he has tagged the popular content creator in a lot of his videos, Rich is yet to have a reply from the man himself.

However, with the added publicity he is now getting, perhaps it will only be a matter of time before he gets to meet one of his heroes.

In another one of his TikTok's, Rich said that while it is not essential he meets MrBeast, he wants to show the positive impact the YouTuber has had on the community.

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In other MrBeast news, the world's most subscribed YouTuber has previously opened up on why he believes so many people have quit making content over the years.

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: "Making big budget YouTube content is a huge mental game that’s more intense than people realize.

MrBeast is the most subscribed YouTuber on the planet. Credit: YouTube/Philanthropy
MrBeast is the most subscribed YouTuber on the planet. Credit: YouTube/Philanthropy

"Not only do you have 10s of millions of fans and the pressure that brings but you also have hundreds of people/families that literally depend on you for a job."

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He continued: "Once you start hiring you can’t just take a break, everything falls apart when the creator disappears. It’s like being an elite level athlete and the CEO of a publicly traded company at the same time.

"I highly recommend you don’t scale your YouTube channel 2 big unless you have some serious mental toughness. There’s a reason most creators that do get burnt out and quit."

Topics: Community, MrBeast, YouTube, Social Media

Callum Jones
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