Moment YouTube megastar MrBeast is handcuffed and arrested by cops who pulled him over in his Tesla then threw him in a holding cell with no food or water…but all is not what it seems
- YouTube star Airrack staged a prank to get revenge on a MrBeast who played him
- It happened in North Carolina, where Mr Beast lives
YouTube megastar MrBeast is handcuffed and arrested by cops who pull him over in his Tesla, then throw him into a holding cell with no food or water.
The 25-year-old popular content creator, also known as Jimmy Donaldson, was the subject of a revenge plot by fellow YouTube star, Airrack, for a prank that was played on him a while ago. one year.
Donaldson pranked Airrack, real name Eric Decker, by tricking one of his producers into thinking he was quitting to join the MrBeast team.
Decker said he was mortified when the skit unfolded and decided to stage an even more elaborate prank.
He asked the New York Police Department for help so that Donaldson was convinced he was going to jail.
Pictured: MrBeast, a popular content creator also known as Jimmy Donaldson, 25, handcuffed in a revenge prank staged by fellow YouTube star Airrack
The plan didn’t pan out in New York, so they decided to move it to North Carolina, where Mr. Beast lives.
The video, which has already garnered more than two million views on YouTube, shows officers stopping MrBeast’s Tesla.
Officers told him it was because of the car’s tinted windows, but then said there was a warrant for his arrest for “communicating threats”.
MrBeast can be seen getting out of the vehicle and then being handcuffed by officers.
Initially he seemed amused, but when an officer helped him into the back of his car and asked if anyone had threatened him lately, he then refused to speak.
Then he was put in a holding cell, denied food or water, and made to wait for a long time.
Pictured: MrBeast in a holding cell. He was denied food or water and made to wait for a long time.
Pictured: MrBeast having his ‘mugshot’ taken. MrBeast was then told he was allowed to make his only phone call. However, the police dialed Airrack’s number instead
MrBeast was then told he was allowed to make his only phone call.
However, the officers dialed Airrack’s number instead.
He then revealed to MrBeast that the arrest was actually a prank.
“I have someone here, I was told he needed to talk to you,” the cop can be heard saying over the phone.
He then passed the phone to MrBeast for the big reveal.
Airrack said, ‘Hey, do you need anything?’
MrBeast replied that he needed his lawyer.
Airrack replied: ‘James said he was talking to Alan [MrBeast’s lawyer] right away.’
He then said he got a message from his “Alan” and told MrBeast to look into the police officer’s body camera.
“Alan says to look into the cop’s body camera and say ‘I just got Got Got,'” Airrack said.
At this point it became clear that it was a prank.
MrBeast later admitted in the clip that he thought the prank was real.
‘I was like, maybe this is a prank. I was like, that’s a lot of resources for a prank. When I got in there, I was like, okay, wait. Maybe it’s not a prank, he said.