YouTube Star Logan Paul Just Got Wind Of The “Logan Paul” Removal Petition On Change.org.
It looks like Logan Paul is now aware of the petition to remove his channel from YouTube. And his reaction to this news leaves people bewildered.
Logan doesn’t shy away from the petition he actually tweeted the change.org site out to his 4.3 million followers.
In the tweet, Logan was holding a tablet with the website, and he’s got a smile on and crosses his eyes. Tweeted the words, “c’mon guys we got this.” It’s almost like he’s daring people to try to remove him from YouTube.
Logan Paul, the famous YouTuber came under fire when he went to a forest called “Suicide Forest” and videotaped a suicide victim hanging in a tree and airing it to his very young audience.
It seems he wasn’t taking the petition seriously, and that it didn’t phase him whatsoever. It is believed that his young fans won’t blink an eye at this controversy. In fact, some say the “Suicide Forest” video will only increase his popularity.
Logan seems to be up to his old tricks like tasering a dead rat and pulling a dying fish out of his pond. Videotaping the deeds and making fun of the situation, just like he seemed to do with the suicide victim. He literally asked should he do CPR on the dying fish laying on the ground.
People were quick to criticize Logan.
“I’d love to say Logan Paul has changed and learned to respect dead things since coming back to YouTube. But now he’s just tasering them instead,” one Twitter user wrote. Another tweeted, “So you’re basically still not taking everything you did seriously? Maybe it’s not hit you yet, but it will just wait.”
It looks like cocky Logan Paul actually signed the Change.org petition.
There are currently over 500,000 signatures on the Change.org petition; organizers are hoping to reach 1,000,000.