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Mr Beast Reveals He Nearly a Passenger on Tragic Titanic Submarine

Published on June 26th, 2023 | Updated on June 26th, 2023 | By FanFest

Renowned YouTuber Mr Beast, whose real name is Jimmy Donaldson, has disclosed that he narrowly avoided boarding the OceanGate submarine that tragically imploded during an expedition to witness the remains of the Titanic. In recent days, the news of the implosion and subsequent disappearance of OceanGate’s Titan sub has captured worldwide attention. The incident claimed the lives of five individuals, and it has now been revealed that Mr Beast was on the verge of being one of the passengers on the ill-fated journey.

Mr Beast took to Twitter to inform his followers that he had contemplated diving to view the Titanic this month using OceanGate’s submarine. He mentioned being invited by an unspecified party, and he even shared a text message that indicated his initial plan to participate in the submarine expedition. Ultimately, however, Mr Beast decided to decline the invitation, a decision that may have saved his life.

“I was invited earlier this month to ride the Titanic submarine, I said no,” Mr Beast tweeted, attaching the aforementioned text message as evidence. “Kind of scary that I could have been on it.”

Following the disclosure, Mr Beast’s tweet rapidly gained viral attention, amassing over 50 million views at the time of writing. Many responses expressed relief that Mr Beast had avoided the trip, while others sought additional details and questioned the authenticity of his statement. As of now, Mr Beast has not provided further clarification on the matter. However, it is evident that if the YouTuber had accepted the invitation, the incident would have garnered significantly more media coverage.

Mr Beast Reveals He Nearly a Passenger on Tragic Titanic Submarine

Ongoing investigations continue to delve into the circumstances surrounding OceanGate and the subsequent implosion that resulted in the tragic deaths of the passengers on board. The individuals who lost their lives during the trip were Paul-Henri Nargeolet, Shahzada Dawood, Suleman Dawood, Hamish Harding, and OceanGate’s CEO, Stockton Rush.

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