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MrBeast Employee Bullying Controversy refers to former video editor for MrBeast, Matt Turner, accusing MrBeast of improper management and bullying. In October 2019, Matt Turner took to Twitter recount the horrible time he had working for MrBeast using very little evidence but promised to upload a video explainer in the near future. The statement was met with both support and criticism do to the lack of evidence.
On October 5th, 2019, former video editor for MrBeast, Matt Turner posted a series of tweets explaining that working for MrBeast was "the most mentally draining time of [his] life." He described several instances of bullying and the initial tweet gained over 1,200 likes and 200 retweets in two days.
On October 6th, 2019, Former MrBeast employee @FlyyDoesYT tweeted "I used to edit for Mr. Beast. I made a video explaining my experience while I did so, and I basically said it was one of the worst consecutive weeks of my life. I was manipulated by Keemstar and MrBeast on DramaAlert, and the whole internet turned against me basically" (shown below, left). That same day, Turner agreed to provide proof through uploading a YouTube video (shown below, right). The tweet gained over 200 likes in two days.
Former employee @FlyyDoesYT, replied to the announcement say, "Risky move. You might end up getting words thrown in your mouth, words twisted and the whole 9 yards, no matter how much proof and shit you have. But do what you think is right" to which Turner replied "Yeah man when you made your video, the office was in panic mode because everything you said was true. There were basically a “how can we cover this up” meetings, rather than a “how can we fix this” ones" (shown below, left). Turner also provided texts of himself making the same accusations to a friend while working for MrBeast (shown below, right).
On October 9th, 2019, MrBeast appeared as a guest on the DramaAlert YouTube channel, where he accused the editor of fabricating the abuse allegations, claiming he paid the editor well and that he treated all his employees fairly (shown below).
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