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The Best Twitter Reactions to Logan Paul's Interview on 'Good Morning America'
In late December, YouTube star Logan Paul posted a video to his 16 million something subscribers of a suicide victim in what is known as the “Suicide Forest” during his trip to Japan. What ensued was, of course, widespread backlash and removal from YouTube’s illustrious preferred programming.
Since the incident, the 22-year-old vlogger has posted a series of apology videos, and in his latest press response, he visited Good Morning America Thursday (Feb. 1) to talk to host Michael Strahan about the incident.
“I’m a good guy who made a bad decision,” he said in the interview. "This has been the hardest part of my life. I've never been hated by the whole world."
And again, the Internet and the general public had very pointed opinions on what the YouTuber had to say for himself.
My problem with Logan Paul is I can't get over the sense that he feels as though he's ENTITLED to millions of dollars and YouTube fame, just unconditionally. "come onnnnnn give it back! I said sorryyyyy!!!! jeeeeeeez!!!"— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) February 1, 2018
"YouTube Star Logan Paul Says Parents Should Monitor What Their Kids Watch"— Yuriofwind (@Yuriofwind) February 1, 2018
Or hey, wacky idea, don't film a corpse and put it on Youtube.
Logan Paul fans are something else pic.twitter.com/N6s25MHgeN— JΛY BUCKS ---- (@TheMasterBucks) February 1, 2018
Oh, good, Logan Paul will be on @GMA and all he had to do was be abhorrent.— Sir Russ Pitts (@russpitts) February 1, 2018
Act horribly. Get famous.
The system works.
logan paul thinks cutting his sk8er boi hair before an interview will make him a real boy™— pipsqueak -- (@TheresaFinnn) February 1, 2018
Logan: "It's odd, because I'm 22 years old, it's not like I'm making content necessarily for kids." Ummm half his fan base is like 8 years old there's no way he doesn't recognize that. No 22 year olds watch Logan Paul— Taylor Lorenz (@TaylorLorenz) February 1, 2018