Logan Paul is a popular vlogger and an actor. He gained popularity as a YouTuber. Just a few days ago he released a video on YouTube which basically was a ‘Suicide Forest’ Video. The video was shot in Japan’s Aokigahara Forest which is also known as suicide forest because of the recurrent deaths that happen there.
Logan was there along with some of his friends and they spotted a hanging body on the tree. And they not just made the video of that but was also seen laughing and chuckling around the dead body.
The video was instantly removed from YouTube by the authorities. They thought that the video was inappropriate in more ways than one to be on any social media platforms. They are having a thought over removing his channel.
On the other hand, Paul confesses his mistake with honesty and also said that he didn’t have any wrong intentions and didn’t want to spread the wrong message.
Just one day after posting an open letter to users, YouTube has decided to cut all further business ties with enormously popular vlogger, Logan Paul.
A statement from the company said: “In light of recent events, we have decided to remove Logan Paul’s channels from Google Preferred.
“Additionally, we will not feature Logan in season four of Foursome and his new Originals are on hold.”
YouTube has put all the further projects of the star on hold and is definitely going to punish him for the violation of his channel.
The star has about 15 million subscribers and when he was asked about his opinion on the whole thing he said that he was just trying to “raise awareness for suicide and suicide prevention”.
He even tweeted a “so sorry” tweet concerning his channel and said that he didn’t expect people to forgive him too soon for whatever he did.
In a series of tweets, the company said: “It’s taken us a long time to respond, but we’ve been listening to everything you’ve been saying.
“We know that the actions of one creator can affect the entire community, so we’ll have more to share soon on steps we’re taking to ensure a video like this is never circulated again.”