YouTube’s most followed person, MrBeast, said he turned down an invitation to travel on the wrecked Titanic.
5 killed in Oceangate incident Titan submersible Last week, it exploded during a trip to the Titanic wreck.
In a tweet, MrBeast, whose real name is Jimmy Donaldson, shared a text message indicating he was invited to board the ship.
Alongside the image, he wrote: “Earlier this month I was offered a ride on a giant submarine, but I declined.
“If I was in it, I’d be a little scared.”
It is not clear who invited Mr. Beast to the submarine.
The American, who had 162 million YouTube subscribers, was known for his high-stakes contests and expensive stunts, including his own version of the squid game, where he paid assassins to kill him. , was buried alive.
His revelation came a day after he was exposed as a documentary maker and former EastEnders actor. Ross Kemp refused Opportunity to board a submarine.
Kemp was scheduled to participate in a deep-sea diving mission last year as part of a program to mark the 110th anniversary of the sinking. unfortunate liner.
But the professional production company that produced the documentary said it conducted its own tests and determined it was too dangerous to board the submarine, with agents saying it was unsafe “on every level.”
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Investigation is in progress To find out exactly what happened after the Titan ship exploded.
The mothership that launched Titan back to the dock It will be investigated by the US Coast Guard.
Using remote-controlled vehicles, authorities found part of the submarine on the ocean floor about 500 meters from the Titanic’s bow.
When the submarine blew up, British billionaire Hamish Harding, British-Pakistani businessman Shazada Dawood, his 19-year-old son Suleman Dawood, Ocean Gate founder Stockton Rush, a French national. Mr. Paul Henri Narjolet was on board.
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