Logan Paul Loses YouTube Business Deals After Showing Suicide Victim in Japan

by on January 11, 2018

Logan Paul was dropped by Google Preferred on Wednesday, losing the service that connects YouTube’s most popular personalities with brand-name advertisers, along with losing his role on the YouTube series Foursome amid the growing backlash for the vlogger’s decision to film a suicide victim while traveling to the Aokigahara, the Japanese forest where dozens of suicide victims are found every year, according to USA Today. YouTube made the announcements 11 days after the video was first published, though Paul removed it from his own channel a day after posting it after facing criticisms for his callousness when discussing mental health issues. “In light of recent events, we have decided to…
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