Earlier this year, the 22-year-old sparked global outrage after posting a video appearing to show a man's body at the Aokigahara forest in Japan - a location known for its high rate of suicides.
In his new video, Logan filmed himself tasering a dead rat, then throwing it in the bin and tasering it again, which angered people and once again turned people against him.
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Less than a month after YT removed the 22-year-old from Google Preferred, which is a service that "aggregates YouTube's top content...into easy-to-buy packages for brand advertisers", the company chose to suspend ALL ads from both his channels completely.
In response, YouTube has temporarily stopped Paul's ad revenue after citing "his recent pattern of behaviour".
YouTube's decision to temporarily remove advertisements from Paul's channel comes a few days after Paul received an unwelcome visitor. If you recall, the whole controversy started with Logan Paul making a video in Japan's "suicide forest."
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Paul has more than 16 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, and he was on Google Preferred, which sells premium ads for the most popular videos. I say this not to defend Logan Paul, but keep in mind that his video featuring the suicide victim was promoted by YouTube who took no action against Paul until it became clear the backlash wasn't just going to blow over. Paul exclaims in the video before electrifying the lifeless animal.
Following that video, California-based Paul returned to his usual style, posting daily videos of him pranking the public, skydiving, and confronting a stranger who had entered his home.
"This sort of content has no place on YouTube or anywhere else, as it could desensitise young people to cruelty to animals".
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He continued the filming regardless, edited the video and posted it to YouTube and is now suffering the consequences. The decision seemed to be in the works for a while because YouTube cited Logan egging on viewers to do the Tide Pod challenge as a reason for pulling ads.
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