Gabriel Brown from ‘AGT’s Brown Brothers Does a Stunt for MrBeast
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Gabriel Brown from America’s Got Talent duo the Brown Brothers recently took to Twitter to share a photo of himself paramotoring. It was apparently a stunt for MrBeast, promoting his virtual restaurant MrBeast Burger. Unfortunately, he’s currently waiting for the YouTuber to return his messages.
Gabriel from Brown Brothers Does Stunt for MrBeast
You might remember Gabriel Brown from his time on America’s Got Talent with his brother Nate as the Brown Brothers. They made it to the Season 17 Semifinals with their musical impressions. In addition to impressions, Brown also enjoys paramotoring. He’s posted about the hobby on social media.
On Thursday, Brown took to Twitter to share a photo of himself paramotoring while holding a box from MrBeast Burger. This is a virtual restaurant founded by YouTube star MrBeast, aka Jimmy Donaldson. MrBeast’s channel has over 130 million subscribers.
“Hey @MrBeastBurger @MrBeast, I did what you asked me to do…” Brown wrote to caption the photo, which shows him gliding through the air and smiling. “It was dangerous, expensive, and risky, but I did it!”
Hey @MrBeastBurger @MrBeast,— Gabriel C. Brown (@BlackGryph0n) March 16, 2023
I did what you asked me to do…
It was dangerous, expensive, and risky, but I did it! 👍
Now, can you please respond to my DMs and let me know what to do with this footage? 😅 pic.twitter.com/RYq1oZlsw8
Brown Is Waiting for MrBeast to Respond
Brown apparently filmed a video as part of his paramotoring stunt, but he’s waiting to share it. As he wrote, “Now, can you please respond to my DMs and let me know what to do with this footage?”
A fan responded to Brown’s tweet by saying, “Hopefully they message you back soon! If they don’t you could maybe edit it into a song promo of sorts?”
It sounds like Brown is pretty frustrated with MrBeast’s lack of communication, as he responded, “It’s a cool idea! However, I’m not going to promote them if they don’t hold up their end of the deal. Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time this has happened to me… I don’t want to continue to reward that behavior.”
Hopefully we get to see the video he worked on soon. In the meantime, you can follow his YouTube channel Black Gryph0n, which currently has over 4 million subscribers.