Young Actor and Youtube Star Logan Paul is once again in controversy not with PewDePie this time he got one step further and Filmed a Suicide Victim in Japan and passed funny Comments with his friends the Internet got Super angry about this matter and his fans turned against him.

Who is the Victim who Logan Paul filmed in this video?

The Victim is said to be a college student named Hirohito Kobayashi the family of the victim said that he was in depression about some family problem and before the night Logan got into the forest he committed what’s called an hung up-suicide he was seen hanging from Tree.

It was Shocking to see a guy like Logan talking such things on camera in front of 5 million peoples this is just shocking as it gets he was with 3 more people one girl one his Bodyguard and his good friend Bennon and Bennon is also being really disrespectful against the victim he was using phrases like “Common get the camera we have to film this”

On the Next day, he made a video Titled So Sorry. his video got #1 Trending on youtube and got 28+ million views a massive 1 million+ dislikes you can tell by the comments that his fans are not accepting his apology and what I think is they are right he was such a Je** this time that he forgot he had such a big empire on Youtube

While Celebrities like Aron Paul, AnnaAkana, Sophie Turner got violated by the video and took the matter in their hands they used phrases like ” You are an Idiot” on Twitter.Since the Controversy, we haven’t heard a word from his brother Jake Paul who is also known for his Controversy with PewDePie and RiceGum.

Youtube’s Statement on this

The reaction to Paul’s new apology was mixed.
“I saw that he is very sorry for his actions … which he should be,” one person wrote on Twitter. “I don’t think that he should delete his channel.”
But another post said: “I get your sorry and stuff but I still find it disrespectful and disturbing for younger viewers!”
YouTube issued a statement on Tuesday:
“Our hearts go out to the family of the person featured in the video. YouTube prohibits violent or gory content posted in a shocking, sensational or disrespectful manner. If a video is graphics, it can only remain on the site when supported by appropriate educational or documentary information and in some cases, it will be age-gated. We partner with safety groups such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline to provide educational resources that are incorporated into our YouTube Safety Center.”

 

 

 

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