January 2, 2018
Logan Paul, a shitty kike YouTuber, is under attack for wearing a goofy hat in a Japanese forest where people go to commit suicide and filming a dead body and posting the footage.
Stars of the entertainment world have condemned a famous YouTuber after he appeared to post a video of a dead body on his channel.
Logan Paul, who has more than 15m subscribers on YouTube, was shown with friends at the Aokigahara forest at the base of Mt Fuji. The area is infamous for being a frequent site of suicides.
As they walk into film the “haunted” forest, the group apparently come across a dead body. While at times they appear shocked, they are also seen smirking and making jokes.
The video was uploaded on 31 December and had millions of views and over half a million “likes” before it was removed.
Paul has since posted an apology on Twitter claiming he was “misguided by shock and awe” and that he “didn’t do it for views”, instead supposedly hoping to raise awareness for suicide and suicide prevention.
However fellow celebrities and his fans have condemned his actions and are calling for him to be banned from YouTube.
American actor Aaron Paul (no relation), who starred as Jesse Pinkman in Breaking Bad, led the criticism and tweeted at Paul, calling him “pure trash”.
A bunch of whiny D-tier celebrities are whining about this.
How dare you! You disgust me. I can't believe that so many young people look up to you. So sad. Hopefully this latest video woke them up. You are pure trash. Plain and simple. Suicide is not a joke. Go rot in hell.
— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) January 2, 2018
Logan Paul is an amoral piece of shit who could not be less deserving of his platform. Fuck. If you need help, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-TALK.
— Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) January 2, 2018
Dear @youtube, after the Logan Paul video where he shows a dead body of a suicide victim, uses that for the title, makes heartless jokes next to the body, there needs to b age restrictions for certain creators. How is this allowed on YT? His followers are children! Horrifying
— Kandee Johnson (@kandeejohnson) January 2, 2018
did someone forget to tell logan paul that raising awareness for something isn’t just showing people the thing. it’s like if i wanted to raise awareness for global warming by sitting and watching some ice melt for a week
— Bertie Gilbert (@bertieglbrt) January 2, 2018
I honestly don’t see what the big deal even is. Sure, you can feel sorry for people who commit suicide. Okay. You can feel sorry for fat people. Or faggots with AIDS even. That doesn’t mean you don’t make fun of them.
I mean, he says “don’t do it, kids.” What more do these people want?
This is just more outrage industry nonsense.
I think it’s good that Paul’s audience didn’t give a shit. This is all children. And they watched the video with the Jap hanging from a tree while Logan Paul wore his funny hat and clicked the “like” button.
DeFranco hit the nail on the head.
Just remember this. Before all the extended community outrage against Logan Paul’s “we found a dead body” video, there was a seemingly uncontested 550-600,000 likes on it.
His core audience doesn’t give a fuuuuuuck. Unless youtube does something, this doesn’t hurt him.
— Philip DeFranco (@PhillyD) January 2, 2018
This generation that the internet culture is creating is going to be amazing.
For the record, Logan Paul like his brother Jake is a shifty kike and his videos are horrible. People shouldn’t watch them, in general.
But children being totally desensitized to imagery of dead bodies? Not a bad thing, in my view.
But yeah, I hope he gets banned for this just because he’s a kike who makes the worst content on the internet.