Like any vlogger, Logan Paul has for a long while been itching to be the focal point of consideration, however now that the spotlight is on him after he discharged an exceedingly unfeeling video including suicide, he might be lamenting a portion of the means he took to arrive.
A supercut altered and discharged by We The Unicorns on Friday from Paul’s visit to Japan features a portion of the numerous shenanigans he and his group pulled amid their trek.
Turns out, Logan Paul's trip to Japan was problematic for many reasons 😡 pic.twitter.com/yhj2BYgk4G
— We The Unicorns (@wetheunicorns) January 5, 2018
The cut incorporates Paul and group circling the boulevards of Japan wearing a kimono and kasa, crushing Game Boys in an open market, tossing Pokéballs at police, walkers, and autos, insulting individuals with crude fish, and just for the most part being an absolutely impolite tyke.
It ought to be said that this sort of conduct is just the same old thing new for Paul, it’s sort of his thing. He’s gone moderately unnoticed by those unaware of what’s going on of YouTube vlogging society, and has picked up a mass after at the same time. In any case, since the backfire, more have started to observe his conduct and impact. Paul has since declared he’s taking a break from his every day vlogs “to reflect.”
While some called for YouTube to totally close down Paul’s channel over the suicide video, his base of steadfast youngster and tween adherents known as the Logang appear undaunted. Actually, Logan’s YouTube channel got more than 80,000 endorsers on Wednesday, as per YouTube examination site SocialBlade.
While the terrible press doesn’t search useful for Paul’s picture, it’s indistinct if his shenanigans will influence his primary concern. Given the dedication of his fans and the idea of YouTube, most likely not.
On the off chance that you need to converse with somebody or are encountering self-destructive considerations, message the Crisis Text Line at 741-741 or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
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