YouTuber Airrack reveals how he snuck into the Super Bowl with AirTag

YouTube star Airrack revealed how he tried to sneak into Super Bowl 2022 in Los Angeles, California in early February.

Notorious YouTuber who is known for sneaking into events like Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson in 2020, posted a video titled “Sneak into Super Bowl 2022!” just a few days after the event.

After the 25-year-old’s previous failed attempt to infiltrate the Super Bowl, he knew the task would not be easy.

YouTube star breaks in with just an AirTag

The Youtuber’s first attempt to enter the SoFi stadium was to dress up his friend Tyler as “Tom Brady’s personal plumber”, which didn’t fool security as he immediately turned around. and asked to leave the event.

In addition to disguising himself as a plumber, Airrack also tried on the role of a soccer player and Uber Eats driver, to his surprise both were escorted to the event area.

With desperate hope, he came up with a last resort plan, which was to slip an AirTag into someone’s pocket and let the event staff know that his phone was stuck inside the event while performing. It’s actually just a tracking device.

After bypassing four separate levels of security, the smart YouTuber stepped in.

“No way! I’ve been so scared about this for a year and I’ve sneaked into so many things, this is like the highest degree of sneaking in,” Airrack said in his video.

After being virtually on site for 20 minutes, security caught his “game” and escorted him out and back to where he started.

“To be honest with you, sneaking into an event like this makes me very emotional… I had some of the best memories of my life sneaking peeks at stuff on this channel, so I feel looks like what we just did. the culmination of the stealth series, it is said that I am officially out of work [sneaking in]’ he said at the end of the video.

The passionate YouTuber has set a goal of getting 10 million subscribers to him by the end of 2022 after 2021’s goal is to hit 1 million. YouTuber Airrack reveals how he snuck into the Super Bowl with AirTag

Emma Bowman

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