Logan Paul Is Making A Documentary On How Hard His Year's Been And Pls No
Grab your popcorn.
Logan Paul just can’t seem to put the camera down – and this time around he’s decided to make a documentary on his “difficult” year, in what’s sure to be yet another dumpster fire to add to his repertoire.
According to the YouTube star’s vlog, he is “actually filming a documentary about everything that’s happened this year, all the stuff that went down in January, where [he] was at in [his] life and kind of the psyche of what actually happened.”
ICYMI, the “stuff that went down in January” was the intense backlash he faced after he posted a grossly tone-deaf video in which he filmed and laughed at a dead body he found in Japan’s Aokigahara forest -- also known as the Suicide Forest -- with his mates.
After the Internet dragged the 23-year-old over red-hot coals for the insensitive AF vid, Paul issued an apology, saying:
"I don't expect to be forgiven, I'm simply here to apologise," he said in a YouTube video posted January 1st. "I’m ashamed of myself. I’m disappointed in myself. And I promise to do better. I will do better.”
While his content was pulled from Google Preferred and cut him from Season 4 of the YouTube Red series Foursome, Paul’s crude content continued, with the star soon releasing vids in which he tasered two dead rats, which again lead to him incurring the wrath of social media.
In his upcoming doco series, Paul will apparently also give an insight into his childhood and upbringing, as well as showing the controversial personality visiting his high school wrestling team and “offering advice”.
“Kids nowadays need inspiration,” he said. “They need people to look up to, people to motivate them.”
While we don’t disagree on his sentiments, we’re not so sure Paul is the best person for these kids to be looking up to, and the Internet seems to agree.
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