Dr. Pimple Popper Squeezes Cyst Out of Logan Paul, Netizens Disgusted

Logan Paul is Dr. Sandra Lee’s latest celebrity patient.

In a new eight-minute video, the YouTube star pays a visit to the famed dermatologist’s clinic to have what he suspects is either a “lump, cyst or lipoma” removed from his back.

Paul was accompanied by his girlfriend, “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” star Chloe Bennett, for the procedure.

At first look, Dr. Lee, better known as Dr. Pimple Popper, tells Paul that his problem is “very cute” and “very poppable.”

Image via YouTube / Logan Paul Vlogs

Dr. Lee says that cysts can get “very juicy” and shows pictures of similar cases on her phone.

After a few minutes, Paul finally lies prone on the patient’s bed and exposes his back.

Image via YouTube / Logan Paul Vlogs

Dr. Lee then prepares the site and makes a small incision.

Image via YouTube / Logan Paul Vlogs

Dr. Lee finally removes white pus from Paul’s back.

Image via YouTube / Logan Paul Vlogs

The dermatologist also allows Bennett, who enjoys watching similar videos, to take out some of the material.

Image via YouTube / Logan Paul Vlogs

“Bull***t! Bull***t!” Paul exclaims at the extracted pus. “That did not come out of my back.”

“Oh my god. Get it away from my face.”

Image via YouTube / Logan Paul Vlogs

Dr. Lee, who also has her TLC show, shared Paul’s appointment in another video yesterday.

Netizens had mixed reactions over the uncanny “collaboration.”

Paul, who hasn’t quite lived down turning a dead man found in Japan’s “Suicide Forest” into a joke, received a wave of “disgusted” comments.

Meanwhile, Dr. Lee received what some believe to be the first criticisms ever on her videos.

Image via YouTube / Logan Paul Vlogs

Viewers pointed out that by posting Paul’s visit, she has already “connected” with him.

It’s unclear when Paul’s appointment actually took place.

Featured Images via YouTube / Logan Paul Vlogs

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