As the owner of one of the most-watched YouTube channels in the world, you'd think MrBeast would keep his feed continuously updated with content. However, this hasn't been the case for the past month.
With 43 million subscribers and 7 billion total views, it seemed suspicious that his channel only had four videos uploaded since 15th August, and now thanks to his latest video, we know the reason.
As it turns out, Jimmy "MrBeast" Donaldson's challenge issued early August completely backfired in a way. In a YouTube video, Donaldson told fans he would sign every single limited edition t-shirt he managed to sell.
As it turns out, demand for MrBeast merch was overwhelming, as the content creator ended up signing a little bit over 68,000 shirts. The task was so excruciating, he even had to hire a psychical therapist to help ease the muscular pain and cramps on his shoulder.
MrBeast would tweet out that this massive undertaking made him postpone at least three videos that would've gone up on his highly successful YouTube channel.
I had to cancel 3 videos because this is project to last 7 to 10 days! Assuming I’m signing for over 10 hours a day 😅— MrBeast (@MrBeastYT) August 14, 2020
"I had to cancel 3 videos because this is a project to last 7 to 10 days!" he tweeted out on 14th August.
Despite the hardships when it came to putting ink on paper, or rather clothing, we're sure his bank account thanked him after all the large scale donations he's famously known for making.