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MrBeast takes legal action against company responsible for MrBeast Burger

In November 2020, popular YouTuber James Donaldson, known as MrBeast, partnered with Virtual Dining Concepts to launch a chain of “virtual restaurants” under the brand name MrBeast Burger. The concept of “ghost kitchens” was innovative, but the journey has been far from smooth.

Over the years, MrBeast Burger has faced a sea of complaints from fans and customers who received subpar and even raw food. Described as “disgusting,” “revolting,” and “inedible,” the negative reviews have flooded social media and news outlets. The dissatisfaction reached a point where MrBeast decided to take legal action.

For their issues with quality control, Virtual Dining Concepts is currently being sued by MrBeast. The lawsuit cites thousands of unfavorable reviews and comments that express utter dismay that MrBeast would link his name to such a thing. The lawsuit further emphasizes that MrBeast has not been paid despite the company making millions of dollars.

MrBeast has publicly expressed his frustration on Twitter, stating that it’s impossible to guarantee quality with virtual restaurants. He also mentioned his inability to get out of the deal with MrBeast Burger and his preference for managing his Feastables line, where he has more control.

The entire situation has put a dent in MrBeast’s brand value, as he has borne the brunt of the justified attacks and criticisms. The lawsuit includes extensive evidence, from videos by other YouTubers to average fans documenting the poor food quality.

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Aritra Patra
Aritra Patra
Executive Editor at TalkEsport | CS2 enthusiast ▄︻デ══━一
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