After the suicide video controversy Logan Paul is back on YouTube
Logan Paul who made a controversial video of a dead body in Japan’s suicide forest is now back on YouTube with a redemption video of his own. Logan Paul’s return was ineluctable.
Three weeks after apologizing for the video, losing his access to YouTube's premium ad program and seeing his future projects with YouTube's subscription service put on hold, Paul posted a new video on his vlogging channel on Wednesday, which has 16 million subscribers. It's called: "Suicide: Be Here Tomorrow."
Logan has made a pledge of contributing $1 million to various suicide prevention groups, with $250,000 of that going to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
The comments he received on social media were fiercely negative.
Paul apologized, saying he got caught up in the moment and meant to raise awareness for suicide and suicide prevention.
In the new video, Paul interviews a survivor of a suicide attempt, as well as the director of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and pledges to donate $1 million to suicide prevention.
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