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MrBeast beats Dwayne Johnson in Rock, Paper, Scissors worth $100,000


  • MrBeast, America’s biggest YouTuber, has challenged Dwayne Johnson to a game of rock, paper and scissors.
  • The YouTuber said he would donate $100,000 to charity if he lost the game to Johnson.
  • In the end, both celebrities said they would donate $100,000 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

America’s biggest YouTuber MrBeast has challenged Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to a game of rock, paper and scissors with a fine to donate $100,000 to charity for the person who lost.

YouTuber, whose real name is Jimmy Donaldson, filmed Meet Johnson at the New York premiere of “Black Adam,” Johnson’s latest film, on October 12. Donaldson posted a short clip to YouTube on October 21 with an onscreen caption: “I challenged The Rock to rock, paper and scissors…”

“If you beat me, I’ll donate $100,000 to charities, whichever you want,” Donaldson said in the video, standing in front of Johnson, who replied “Wow,” and accepted the YouTuber’s challenge.

The duo played a round of the match and drew when they both chose “cards”. Playing them for the second time, the pair tied again, and both chose “scissors”.

At this point in the video, Johnson interrupts the match to say that if Donaldson wins now, he will “match” the $100,000 the YouTuber was offering to donate, and give to charity.

“Oh, my God, I wasn’t expecting that,” Donaldson said.

When the duo played the game for the third time, Donaldson won the “card” pick when Johnson chose “Rock.”

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Johnson can be seen laughing in the video as he said he would donate the promised amount to charity. He said, “I will do that.”

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Donaldson replied, “Well, if it makes you feel better, I’ll keep donating 100,000 as well.”

Then a YouTuber asked Johnson which charity he wanted to donate to, and he chose Johnson Make-A-Wish Foundationa non-profit organization that aims to fulfill the wishes and dreams of children with chronic diseases.

Donaldson’s video received 730,000 likes, and many commentators praised them for their charitable work.

“The Rock and Jimmy together donating $200,000 to help sick kids is the most heartwarming thing I’ve seen today!” He said one important comment with 2,900 likes.

Another commenter said “Thank you for the donation. He lost, but you match him. So neat.”

Other people said they were happy to see Johnson and Donaldson collaborating on a video, writing, “The duo we need,” and “two legends I never thought I’d see together but so glad I saw them.”

Donaldson, the second most subscribed YouTuber in the world, is known among the 107 million subscribers of his channel for posting altruistic style videos where he makes large sums of money. last year, Recreated Netflix “Squid Game” For a competition video with a prize of $456,000, and in June, donate $500,000 to a fan in Contest inspired by the movie “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”.

Johnson has previously delighted fans by working with Internet celebrities on projects and video collaborations. When he launched his own YouTube channel in 2016, he filmed with influential personalities like Lily Singh And the Alia.

he is also formed a friendship With YouTube vlogger Logan Paul, the duo released a Song Together in 2017. In June 2022, Paul said Johnson “cut ties” with him after a 2017 video of Paul depicting a dead body in Japan went viral and left him mired in controversy. Johnson did not respond to an Insider’s request for comment at the time.

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