Logan Paul Gets Dragged For Saying He's "Going Gay For A Month"

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Instead of pushing the fictional Vegan-Bro diatribe in a new direction, Paul began breaking down his 4-month behavioral plan.

The conversation, with Kelvin Pena, known as "Brother Nature", started with Paul and his co-host Mike Majlak asking their guest for his resolutions. "We're going to attempt to go one way, swing, and then go back".

Logan Paul is catching heat once again - this time for saying he will "go gay" for one month.

One year after his huge Suicide Forest scandal that almost ended his career for good, Logan is once again infuriating people online.

One person tweeted: "He's not exploring his sexuality. he's mocking gay men and using the lgbt community as a publicity stunt for views, and on top of that, is promoting the false belief that being gay is a choice to his young and impressionable audience".

Despite outraged calls for Paul's channel to be taken down after he filmed himself and his friends finding a dead body in Japan's Aokihagara "suicide forest", including a petition with thousands of signatures, YouTube merely removed him from its premium ad program and cancelled his role in an upcoming series, leaving the door open to other revenue streams.

Response to this "Logan Paul gay plan" has been mixed. Ultimately, the notion that Paul and "Big Mike" could "Go Gay" just for the hell of it, invariably fell into the wrong hands.

The comment did not sit well with fans, who slammed Paul for insulting the LGBTQ+ community. He continues to be an terrible representation of the YouTube community & shows he truly has learned NOTHING over the previous year.

Logan's comments were heavily criticised on social media, with people calling out the vlogger and explaining that being gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender/non-binary/queer is not a choice.

The pair were reported to have made £150 million ($192m) from the bout, which many branded as a sham.