On Saturday, two YouTubers stepped into the ring to settle their differences with their fists. The whole thing was an obvious farce, a phony showdown between two guys who weren’t even pro fighters. But for a large subset of YouTube fans, it felt very real.
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Next week, YouTuber of suicide forest infamy Logan Paul will step into the ring for his first-ever boxing match against marginally more experienced YouTuber-turned-boxer KSI. The fight will be hilariously bad. So, of course, people are already talking about Paul’s promising future as a UFC fighter.
Infamous YouTuber Logan Paul started a Twitch channel yesterday, and he reached 100,000 followers without streaming once. If you go to the channel right now, the chat alternates between spamming racial slurs and ascii penises. Following the Fortnite bandwagon has turned into a mess for the Paul brothers.
Even Logan Paul's comeback tour sucks. The brawny social media star who built an image around being a maverick was shamed early last month when a YouTube video crassly showcasing a suicide victim in Japan convinced the internet that he was an insensitive arsehole.
Scorched by nearly universal criticism, he took a break from his daily video uploads to supposedly reflect on his behaviour. A month later, he is back, but his new stunts don't show that he has learned much at all.
Logan Paul, the wayward YouTuber explained again in a television how he messed up and he's really, really sorry for posting a video in which he gawks and laughs at an apparent dead body in Aokigahara, known as the suicide forest. He's learned tough lessons and maybe it was all supposed to happen this way because now he can use his fame to help others.
YouTube star Logan Paul, who caused an international controversy last week when he made a film inside Aokigahara, known as Japan's "suicide forest," has been removed from the lucrative Google Preferred system, while all of his original YouTube Red deals are now on hold.
On January 1, the most important day on the Japanese calendar, when families gather and think about the new year, YouTuber Logan Paul posted an apparent suicide on YouTube. That wasn't the only time he insulted the country's cultural norms. He started doing that days earlier.
2017's "YouTube Rewind," the end-of-year advertisement for the biggest trends and hottest creators on the platform, urges people to come together after an awful year. This heartfelt sentiment lasts about thirty seconds before the camera plunges back down to earth, where a rooftop party rages. Here, two blonde men look out at the horizon, squad in tow. They are the golden boys of YouTube, the hottest entertainers on the platform. Logan and Jake Paul.