Logan Paul admits his apology for video showing human remains at Japan’s suicide forest was ‘half-ass’
- American YouTuber-turned-boxer Logan Paul has admitted he gave a “half-assed” apology days after receiving backlash against his infamous “suicide forest” vlog in December 2017.
- “You know character shifts are gradual and they don’t happen overnight. That’s why you see these creators or anyone who makes a colossal mistake and myself included with a half-*ssed apology,” Paul, 26, said.
- Paul drew widespread criticism online for showing a dead body while filming a vlog during his Japan trip in late December 2017. He posted a video and a written apology days afterward.
American YouTuber-turned-boxer Logan Paul has admitted to giving a “half-ass” apology after receiving backlash for showing a dead body he and his team encountered at Japan’s suicide forest.
Speaking to Ariel Helwani of “The MMA Hour,” Paul, 26, revealed details about life after he posted his “half-assed” apology online, saying Japan was the “biggest blessing” of his life in hindsight.
Jake Paul says he struggled with suicidal thoughts after his brother Logan’s ‘suicide forest’ controversy
YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul has recently opened up about the struggles he faced during the height of Logan Paul’s controversial Aokigahara forest (famously known as the “suicide forest”) video, revealing that he was also affected by the backlash.
In a dark place: Speaking to journalist Graham Bensinger on Wednesday, Paul, 24, revealed he lost many brand deals — including a $10 million deal with Target — despite not being in his brother’s video.
Jake Paul was recently charged with criminal trespass and unlawful assembly after he allegedly participated in riots and looting in Scottsdale, Arizona.
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A popular Indonesian YouTuber has sparked controversy online after visiting Japan’s “suicide forest” and “pulling a Logan Paul” in an apparent bid to gain more views and ad revenue money.
In his latest video, aspiring rapper Qory explored the infamous Aokigahara Forest in Japan with his friends in search of the dead bodies of suicide victims.
Multiple sources confirmed that the pair had called it quits more than a month ago, according to Just Jared.
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.
Logan Paul does not think he was being culturally insensitive when he displayed his obnoxious behavior during his infamous trip to Japan earlier this year.
Paul, who earned universal outrage after posting the “suicide forest” video in January, recently sat down with popular filmmaker/YouTube creator Casey Neistat for a one-on-one interview.
Chloe Bennet has confirmed alleged reports that she is dating Logan Paul.
Responding to a Twitter user who questioned the relationship, the “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” star pointed out that the controversial YouTuber has changed her life “for the better” and that she has done the same in return.
While they have not officially announced that they are indeed back together, the romantically linked pair has recently been seen in public enjoying each other’s company.
In a matter of a few months, Lil Tay has propelled herself to viral fame and over 2 million followers for her profanity-filled videos on Instagram.
Diomi Cordero, the family’s representative, revealed that Jason Tian, Lil Tay’s 16-year-old brother, is the “mastermind” behind Lil Tay.
Situated on the northwestern flank of Japan’s Mount Fuji, the forest has the unfortunate distinction of being among the most popular destinations to take one’s life.