Local YouTuber MrBeast was spotted with fellow YouTuber Jake Paul last night at Sup Dogs in Greenville.
The two YouTubers ate cheesy tots with a group of friends, arriving at around 9 p.m., according to Sup Dogs’ Twitter. The group’s appearance brought a small social media storm, and Paul took photos with fans as they left.
Hi so this happened just now pic.twitter.com/sEHwm4eKAQ— CYNTHIA ⚡️ (@cynnabunx) February 5, 2019
Neither has posted anything on Twitter or Instagram about a potential collaboration.
Paul is best known for his 2017 song “It’s Every Day Bro,” which is currently the third most disliked video in YouTube. Paul has more than 17 million subscribers on Youtube and MrBeast has more than 14 million.
MrBeast is the online name of Jimmy Donaldson. Several of Donaldson’s videos involve philanthropy, including giving a Sup Dogs waitress $10,000. More recently, Donaldson has been on a campaign to get people to subscribe to PewDiePie, the most popular channel on YouTube, going so far as buying multiple seats at the Super Bowl on Sunday and having people wear shirts that spelled out, “Sub 2 PewDiePie.”
WE MADE IT ON THE SUPER BOWL pic.twitter.com/il1E4ie94Y— MrBeast (@MrBeastYT) February 3, 2019