Entertainment Logan Paul Still Has ‘Opportunity to Prove’ Himself to YouTube

04:16  14 january  2018
04:16  14 january  2018 Source:   TheWrap

Logan Paul Calls for 'Second Chances' After Posting Video of Apparent Suicide Victim

  Logan Paul Calls for 'Second Chances' After Posting Video of Apparent Suicide Victim The internet personality briefly spoke to TMZ while heading into Los Angeles International Airport on Monday afternoon, his first public comments since YouTube announced last week they had removed him from Google Preferred premium advertising service and put his forthcoming original shows on hold. “Everyone deserves second chances, bro,” Paul, 22, told a cameraman. He added that he’s learned “everything, so many things” from the scandal and nodded when asked if he believed he had been treated fairly by the public and YouTube. Paul also hinted that he was turning his attention to his clothing line, Maverick, following the controversy. “Everyone deserves second chances, bro,” Paul, 22, told a cameraman.

However, Kyncl does think Paul still has a chance to make amends. “Actions should speak louder than words. Logan has the opportunity to prove that,” Kyncl says. Also Read: Logan Paul Gets YouTube Downgrade: Ousted From Google Preferred, Booted From ‘Foursome’.

Though all of Logan Paul ’s projects are “indefinitely” on hold with YouTube , chief business officer Robert Kyncl says they don’t know with full certainty whether they will work with their former star again.

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Though all of disgraced YouTube star Logan Paul's projects are "indefinitely" on hold with the video-sharing platform owned by Google, chief business officer Robert Kyncl says they can't know with full certainty whether they will work with him again.

"We don't know," the Kyncl said during YouTube's panel at the Television Critics Association press tour on Saturday. "I couldn't really answer that. Everything is evolving so fast and the best thing we can do is make sure we put all projects on hold indefinitely."

However, Kyncl does think Paul still has a chance to make amends. "Actions should speak louder than words. Logan has the opportunity to prove that," Kyncl says.

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However, Kyncl does think Paul still has a chance to make amends. “Actions should speak louder than words. Logan has the opportunity to prove that,” Kyncl says. Read original story Logan Paul Still Has ‘ Opportunity to Prove ’ Himself to YouTube At TheWrap.

However, Kyncl does think Paul still has a chance to make amends. “Actions should speak louder than words. Read original story Logan Paul Still Has ‘ Opportunity to Prove ’ Himself to YouTube At TheWrap.

The two-time 2017 Teen Choice Award winner came under intense fire earlier this month after posting a video titled "We found a dead body in the Japanese suicide forest" that showed a corpse hanging from a tree in Aokigahara forest near Mt. Fuji. He took down the clip a day later, when it had already garnered at least 6 million views and has since apologized for the gaffe multiple times.

Kyncl says YouTube -- who removed Paul's channels from Google Preferred earlier this week, put his new originals on hold and will not feature him in Season 4 of "Foursome" -- acknowledges Paul made mistakes and they aren't trying to sweep that under the rug.

"Specifically as to Logan," Kyncl says. "I think, obviously, we believe he's made missteps, unfortunate missteps. He's expressed remorse very quickly. And uh, is learning from the experience."

Logan Paul Says There Will Be 'No Vlog for Now' in Wake of Backlash Following Controversial Video

  Logan Paul Says There Will Be 'No Vlog for Now' in Wake of Backlash Following Controversial Video Logan Paul is taking a break from his daily vlog.&nbsp;Days after the YouTube star came under fire Sunday for posting a graphic video of the body of an alleged suicide victim filmed in Aokigahara, Japan — a forest at Mount Fuji’s base that is often referred to as “suicide forest” due to the high number of suicides that occur there — he revealed Wednesday that he will not be releasing new videos for the time being.

Logan has the opportunity to prove that,” Kyncl said. Kyncl believes that Paul has learned from the whole experience, and won’t write him off altogether. Paul himself deleted the ill-advised video, not YouTube .

Logan has the opportunity to prove that," said YouTube chief business officer Robert Kyncl as he and originals chief Susanne Daniels fielded questions from TV press. Instead, the focus was squarely on Logan Paul , the YouTube star who on Dec.

While Paul will still be able to monetize from his YouTube videos, like any average user, the benefits he reaped from his Google Preferred status, which allows advertisers to identify top content and purchase easy-to-buy ad packages, have been stripped.

Video: YouTube star sorry for video of dead body (via USA Today):

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