Why You Should UNSUBSCRIBE from Logan Paul’s YouTube Channel – Logan Paul learned nothing after he has been involved in several controversies regarding his videos, the most notable of which was when he filmed the corpse of a man who committed sucide in Aokigahara, Japan. This led to massive criticism from celebrities, politicians and other YouTubers, and Paul taking a three-week break from making videos.
It was less than a week after Logan Paul’s post-scandal return to regular vlogging that YouTube ”temporarily” suspended ads on his channel. The company’s decision reflects its word to discuss further conclusion for Logan Paul specifically, as well as policies that would discipline creators who do harm to the YouTube community. In a statement to The Verge, a spokesperson said the decision was not made lightly: “We believe he has exhibited a pattern of behavior in his videos that makes his channel not only unsuitable for advertisers but also potentially damaging to the broader creator community.”
This time around, In a video posted on February 5th, Logan Paul discovers that one of his koi fish is ill. He pulls the gasping animal out of the water, pretends to give it CPR-style chest-pumps, then swishes it around in the water like a toy boat to “get oxygen circulating through his lungs.
Now, Logan Paul is facing backlash for uploading a video in which he’s seen shooting two dead rats with a Taser gun. As if that wasn’t enough, in a now-deleted tweet, he joined the Tide Pods internet challenge, suggesting he’d eat one of the cleaner capsules for every retweet he got. Maybe that’s just his sense of humor, but Logan should have known that everything he does from now on will be heavily scrupulous.
Mistakes are part of the human experience: everybody makes them, and most people use the lessons learned to (hopefully) turn into better human. unluckily, it doesn’t look as though Logan Paul is changing for the better, in spite of his promises to do so.