Months after sparking controversy with his dystopian Jesus cosplay where he cured 1,000 people of blindness, MrBeast has proven yet again that though money can’t buy happiness, it sure as hell can buy the pained affections of those desperate to escape our late-stage capitalist hellscape.

Over the weekend, MrBeast — a.k.a. Jimmy Donaldson — took a break from his busy schedule of (allegedly) bullying his employees and serving as the internet’s resident charity porn star to ask a small favor of his 18.8 million Twitter followers — bring back unpaid labor.

“I need your help! Next time you see Feastables in Walmart (and soon-to-be new retailers) if you could clean up the presentation and make it look better that’d make me very happy,” he wrote on Friday,  March 3, noting that though he was totally like “building a team to do this routinely” he “just need help in the short term.”


Just like many of his other ventures, several of Donaldson’s desperate followers hoping and praying his wannabe Monopoly Man ass would bless them with $10,000 loyal fans took on his free labor challenge with absolutely no ulterior motives, heading to their local Walmarts — in some cases multiple — to make his mediocre chocolate look a bit less mediocre amid rumors his displays were being intentionally destroyed.

Shortly after the content creator’s plea went viral, several Twitter users took to the platform to seize the means of (content) production, satirizing the absurdity of his request and using his penchant for dangling large sums of cash above peoples’ heads against him.

We can’t guarantee that fixing Mr. Beast’s Feastable displays will earn you a $10,000 check from YouTube’s biggest creator, but we can guarantee that not fixing his displays, won’t.