New York: Popular YouTuber Jimmy Donaldson, better known as MrBeast, has surpassed T-Series to become the most-subscribed channel on YouTube.

At the beginning of 2023, MrBeast publicly declared his intention to surpass T-Series, the Indian music and entertainment company, in order to support PewDiePie, who previously held the top position. On social media, MrBeast announced his achievement, sharing a screenshot that showed his subscriber count surpassing T-Series by over 266 million followers.

"After 6 years we have finally avenged PewDiePie," wrote MrBeast in his celebratory post. The announcement quickly gained traction, amassing close to 10 million views and numerous reactions. Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, responded to the post with a congratulatory message: "Wow, congrats!"

The post attracted a flood of comments from fans and supporters. One user wrote, "So proud of you, Jimmy. Thanks, everyone. This is the craziest feeling ever." Another commented, "I'm literally shaking and crying right now I can't believe we finally did it." Additional comments praised MrBeast for his achievement, with messages such as "History has been made, great job MrBeast" and "Congratulations! This is a long time coming and very much deserved!"

In a recent interview with Jon Youshaei, MrBeast reflected on his journey and the competition with T-Series. "I got a little 'this country versus that country'. I don't think Felix (PewDiePie) took it there, but it even got a little racist in the sub-war before. So I'm very cognizant of it, which is why I'm not leaning into it too hard. I just want to be the most subscribed-to channel. Yes, I have a lot of people helping me, but at the end of the day, I started this channel. I live and breathe this. I am a creator," he said.

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Mumbai, Jul 22: A speeding Audi car, driven by a man allegedly in an inebriated state, rammed into two stationary autorickshaws in Mumbai's Mulund area on Monday, leaving four persons injured, police said.

The police arrested the accused, Dattatray Gore (43), a resident of Kanjurmarg, from his sister's house after he fled the scene, leaving the vehicle behind, an official said.

The incident occurred around 6.15 am on Dumping Road, and the police later impounded the high-end car, he said.

The car rammed into two stationary autorickshaws, injuring two drivers and as many passengers. Their condition is said to be stable, the official said.

The police collected the accused's blood sample and sent it to Kalina Forensic Science Laboratory. It was found that he was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident, he said.

A case has been registered under relevant provisions of the Bhartiya Nyay Sanhita (BNS) and Motor Vehicle Act, the official said.

This incident follows a recent accident in Worli, where a BMW fatally struck a woman riding as a pillion on a two-wheeler.