Douche Bag Logan Paul Gets Internet Backlash From Filming Suicide Forest In Japan

Vine douche bag turned Youtube douche bag Logan Paul is receiving backlash after filming a dead person found hanging in Japan’s Suicide Forest.

The video which appeared on Logan Paul’s vlog was taken at #Aokigahara, a forest in Japan that is well-known for suicides.

Logan Paul who stars in MGM’s Valley Girl and is part of YouTube’s paid Red subscription service, titled the “We found a dead body in the Japanese Suicide Forest” with a thumbnail image of him standing in front of the dead body which he had blurred out .

The video recieved more than one million views before being removed within 24 hours.

In the video, Paul, enlists number of other idiot YouTubers to accompany him.

Logan Paul claims that he originally intended to focus on the haunted aspect of the forest.

“You never stand next to a dead guy?” Paul says laughing as someone his group said he didn’t feel good after seeing the hanging body.

Paul later responded with what he calls an apology saying he was trying to raise awareness of suicide and suicide prevention.

Disney cut ties with Paul’s younger brother, Jake, last year. The younger Paul had been in the media for causing havoc in the West Hollywood neighborhood he moved into.

PewDiePie also had lost a contract with Disney following his anti-Semitic content on his channel. He also apologized in September for using the n-word in a broadcast.

But the real people to blame are Google and Youtube for favoring Youtubers with massive followings and views, even though they claim to have strict policies.

If it hadn’t been trending for celebrities to see it and voice their opinion, the video will still be up today because it seemed most of Logan Paul’s 15-million dumb subscribers did not care about the content. In fact, they “liked” the video.

Here is a great video from True Geordie that sums up my thoughts.

Although there are no official figures for suicides in Aokigahara, more than 500 people are said to have died there since the 1950’s.