MrBeast Helps 1,000 Blind People To Get Eyes Surgery: “MrBeast Shocking Response To Online Criticism”
World’s Biggest YouTuber MrBeast Helps 1,000 Blind People To Get Eyes Surgery: The Video, Where People Sees The World For The First Time, Gets 59 Million Views In 3 Days.
MrBeast who is the world’s greatest Youtuber cured 1,000 Blind People by paying for their eye surgery. MrBeast Whose real name is Jimmy Donaldson uploaded the full video of getting eye surgery on Jan 28 which makes lots of people cry when they watch the patient’s reaction to seeing the world for the first time. The heartbreaking video gets 59 million views in just three days.
Jimmy Donaldson responded to the online criticism by uploading the greatest video of all time where he paid for 1000 blind people to access eye surgery. The video became a slap for those who hate MrBeast, and who thinks he is wasting his money on unnecessary things.
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The video the 24-year-old YouTuber posted got numerous responses where some admire his altruistic works while others assume he was doing this to gain online clout and people’s attention.
MrBeast begins his new video by saying “In this video, we’re curing 1,000 people’s blindness,” while standing in front of a large crowd. The YouTuber confirmed that he is paying for their sight-restoring cataract surgery, which just takes a few hours, while the YouTuber filmed every patient’s reaction when they see clearly again.
Jeff Levenson an ophthalmologist who did the surgery of 1000 people says in an interview with MrBeast
“Half of all the blindness in the world is people who need a 10-minute surgery.”
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The nonprofit organization SEE International posted a Photo of MrBeast and ophthalmologist Jeff Levenson on their official Instagram page where they disclosed that the 1000 people’s surgery took three weeks of time to complete. The nonprofit MyVision.org revealed that sight-restoring cataract surgery costs an average of $3,500 per eye.
SEE International captioned the post while thanking MrBeast and Dr. Jeff Levenson
“The secret is out! Our chief medical officer, Dr. Jeff Levenson, worked alongside @mrbeast to provide sight-restoring surgeries in Jacksonville, Florida. ?”
“We then coordinated international programs for Mr. Beast’s team to reach individuals in Jamaica, Honduras, Namibia, Mexico, Indonesia, and Brazil ?”
They continued by telling if MrBeast will get governmental and private support they can cure millions of people like this from all around the world.
“Through this collaboration, we conducted a total of 1,000 sight-restoring surgeries around the world in just three weeks! ❤️”
“If MrBeast can light a fire, and if we can get governmental and private support behind it, we can end half of all the blindness in the world,” said Dr. Levenson.”
In the video MrBeast also provides various gifts to needy patients including cash for their college fund, tesla, and many more. Lots of people commented on the video by getting inspired by his work while some writes emotional comments.
One commenter wrote
“I don’t think you can watch that video without crying. Hope it inspires more projects like this,”
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Moreover, after seeing the MrBeast video, political commentator and Twitch streamer Hasan Piker tweeted in rage while sharing his video.
“It is so extremely frustrating that it is up to one YouTube guy to decide to make content out of it when people who are too poor can’t just fucking see,”
MrBeast video started getting lots of criticism on social media sites where one person tweeted on screenshot picture of his video, with the caption that reads
“There is something so demonic about this and I can’t even articulate what it is.”
This tweet went viral and gets 86,000 as well as 4,700 quote tweets. Apart from this many people alleged him for saying that he was doing this to gain online clout. In response to the hate comments, MrBeast tweeted writing