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Logan Paul Apology for Vile Vid: Too Little, Too Late

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After posting a vlog showing a suicide victim in Japan’s Aokigahara forest, YouTube star Logan Paul is backpedaling in an attempt to save face with fans and mollify angry critics. Last weekend, Paul put out a video that included footage of his trip to Japan with friends. They visited the Aokigahara forest, where hundreds of people have attempted or committed suicide. Unsurprisingly, they stumbled onto a dead body, and Paul decided it would be a good idea to film the cadaver with only the face blurred. Although Paul and his crew occasionally expressed shock and sadness at the seriousness of the situation, they also repeatedly made jokes and could be seen laughing on camera. The backlash against Paul’s flippant attitude was swift, and he took the video down while issuing an apology on social media that left much to be desired. As is often the case with a public mea culpa that falls flat, he gave it another shot, this time with a short video in which he said he didn’t “expect to be forgiven.” Even after removing references to the word “suicide,” which in this case is more factual than opinion, Logan Paul has just a 26 percent positive score on Social over the last three days. –Alex Shultz

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