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MrBeast Olympics event leaves three contestants injured while filming at his home

Callum Jones

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MrBeast Olympics event leaves three contestants injured while filming at his home

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/MrBeast

MrBeast is the biggest YouTuber on the planet, and fans of the content creator will know how crazy some of his videos can get.

While he does do more serious and emotional videos like providing hearing aids for 1,000 deaf people, wild ideas such as his recent video with Tom Brady often thrive.

But one of those crazy video ideas recently took a turn for the worse as three contestants were injured in MrBeast's Olympics.

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The social media star has recently purchased a large plot of land in North Carolina which is complete with a studio and a house.

The plot really does serve as the perfect YouTuber playground, though this is probably not what MrBeast had in mind.

Filming for MrBeast's latest video hasn't gone to plan. Credit: YouTube/Philanthropy
Filming for MrBeast's latest video hasn't gone to plan. Credit: YouTube/Philanthropy

TMZ reports that MrBeast, whose real name is Jimmy Donaldson, hosted an Olympic-style challenge which had participants from across the world.

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They added the competition included some sort of running event with hurdles and obstacles.

But at some point, the competition took a turn for the worse, with the outlet saying several of the athletes involved in the video sustained injuries.

However, reps for MrBeast have played down the reports, saying three people involved suffered 'minor medical issues'.

In a statement to TMZ, they said: "MrBeast was working on an upcoming video with athletic challenges, and there were three minor medical issues out of almost 200 participants. Medical personnel attended to the people immediately and released them shortly after."

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TMZ also said that sources close to them have suggested filming for the Olympic-style event has now resumed.

It will certainty be interesting to see when or even if the video is released on MrBeast's YouTube channel.

UNILAD has reached out to MrBeast for comment.

Filming on the Olympic event has apparently resumed. Credit: YouTube/MrBeast
Filming on the Olympic event has apparently resumed. Credit: YouTube/MrBeast
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In other news surrounding the world's most subscribed YouTuber, one man has gone to extreme lengths to show his appreciation.

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

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

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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.

Topics: News, MrBeast, YouTube, Social Media

Callum Jones
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