MrBeast vs T-Series war is real, latest X interaction proves

By Fariha Bhatti


Apr 23, 2024

Reading time: 2 min

T-Series is once again at the center of YouTube wars, whether it likes it or not. This time, the music and entertainment channel is competing with the uncrowned king of YouTube, MrBeast. 

YouTube peaked when faux internet beef led to catchy diss tracks. One of the popular events was the PewDiePie vs. T-Series battle, which seemed pretty one-sided — but the entire internet was in on the joke. T-Series did not explicitly address the PewDiePie beef, but it may have subtly instigated a new conflict with James “MrBeast” Donaldson.

Is MrBeast the most subscribed YouTuber?

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At present, MrBeast and T-Series are competing to become the most subscribed YouTube channel in the world. While MrBeast is currently at the top of the list of individual channels, he is still approximately 10M subscribers behind T-Series for the title of most subscribed channel worldwide.

T-Series is at 264M whereas Mr Beast is still at 253M. While fans have been watching the numbers for a while, the competition has now reached Elon Musk’s X. 

MrBeast is beefing with T-Series on X

Taking to social, T-Series posted a heartfelt video reflecting on its journey in music and requested fans to subscribe to the YouTube channel to “make history together.” With a focus on views and subscribers, the message was clearly to help make T-Series the most subscribed channel on YouTube, which it already is. 

Under the video, MrBeast left a comment, which, according to him, was hidden by T-Series, fanning a whole new fan war in the comment section. 

His initial reply had triple the number of likes than the original post, smoothly ratioing T-Series. With 2.2M views on a single post, MrBeast’s posts confirmed that PewDiePie vs. T-Series is getting a sequel. 

As of now, MrBeast is still miles away from becoming the most subscribed channel, and it’s honestly a long shot as well. But fans are happy to relive the light-hearted online banter between an individual YouTube channel and a music company.