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On October 12th, 2018, MrBeast posted a video of his friends competing to win $10,000. Of his friends, Chandler was the first to give up (shown below). The video has gathered over 42.4 million views and 704,000 likes in eight months.
On January 8th, 2019, MrBeast posted another challenge in which the last person to remove their hand from a house wins the house and Chandler lost pretty quickly (shown below, left). The video gained over 26 million views and 553,000 likes in six months. Fans began to notice that Chandler never won a challenge. On February 5th, YouTuber Rude Stooge uploaded a compilation of Chandler which includes various clips of him losing challenges on the MrBeast channel (shown below, right). The video has accumulated over 71,000 views and 1,500 likes in four months.
On June 8th, MrBeast's Twitter account posted, "I just uploaded, go see if chandler finally won $50,000! :)" (shown below). Many fans reacted by saying they they doubt Chandler won. The tweet gained over 1,000 retweets and 44,00 likes in a day.
On June 9th, u/dismalmaggot posted an image to r/pewdiepiesubmissions of Chandler doing the opposite of what the challenge requires to win (shown below, left). The post gained over 42,300 points (92% upvoted) in a day. That same day, u/ThatBoiSupremeMeme posted a similar image to r/memes (shown below, right). The posted gained over 2,900 points (96% upvoted) in a day.