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Logan Paul’s Other Vlogs Made In Japan Show YouTuber Being Highly Disrespectful
By Izza Sofia, 08 Jan 2018
Logan Paul has been in hot water since his upload of an apparent suicide in Aokigahara—also known as Japan’s ‘Suicide Forest’.
It was disrespectful in every way possible—but as it turns out, so are the rest of his videos filmed in Japan.
A compilation clip by YouTube channel We The Unicorns shows Paul’s flippant behavior as a guest in the country, a point similarly noted by Japanese YouTuber Yuta Aoki, who—along with other Japanese people—responded to Paul’s Japanese ‘Suicide Forest’ video.
The compilation clip is based on three of Paul’s vlogs, also shown below, that were filmed during his sojourn to Japan.
The first, called ‘We Fought In The Middle Of Tokyo!’, shows Paul and his friends running riot in the streets, and harassing the Japanese with fresh fish and squid. He slaps the seafood on the window of a Starbucks outlet, before leaving it on the trunk of a taxi.
“I swear Tokyo is just a giant playground,” Paul says inside the video. “Maybe it’s not. Maybe I should stop. Probably not.”
He also intentionally smashes a Gameboy and tries to return it by saying “Mucho brokeno.”
In ‘Real Life Pokémon in Tokyo’, Pauls throws Poké balls at random strangers and a Japanese policeman. He also removes his trousers in the middle of the street. It doesn’t end here though, ‘Kicked out of Japan’ shows the travel group running around in traditional Japanese attire.
The YouTuber has offered a written plus video apology since the suicide clip went viral and was later removed by Paul. Despite these, he’s been suspected of monetizing his apology clip and is currently taking a break from making any vlogs.
[via Highsnobiety, opening image via Logan Paul Vlogs]
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