Logan Paul returned today after a few weeks off surrounding his 'Japan suicide video'. It's tough to say if this is him being authentic or just a PR stunt. Part of me believes it's just a PR move because I first thing I asked myself is "why is this video so produced"? If he truly is on a path to improvement why not just film himself doing that without all the preaching? What do you think? Do you think Logan Paul has changed or this is just for show? Also, if you don't buy it what do YOU think Logan Paul should do to show he has learned?
TLDR - Logan Paul finally gave the world a unifying reason so we could all rally against him. His vlog also showed us a very messed up & privileged kid with far too much influence and little wisdom to go with it. Thus, his suicide awareness video is a BANDAID on a BROKEN BONE.— Jammy (@jfwong) January 24, 2018
So I'm putting you on the spot @LoganPaul - if you are truly changing, then it should show in every video you make from here on out. It DOES NOT END with a well timed PR piece, where you wash your face and hands in slowmo, have a new haircut, and speak with a somber affectation.— Jammy (@jfwong) January 24, 2018
"We need to be a society that comes together for every person in the community" - words from your video. Logan, as a creator, you have a responsibility to your community. They went after people who disagreed with you with racism, threats, and harassment. They follow YOU.— Jammy (@jfwong) January 24, 2018
I pray and hope you realize that this video is only the first step in a very long journey in responsibility and maturity, and that this journey is one that you are very unfamiliar with. We're all watching and waiting to see what you do next. Please give us reason to believe. <3— Jammy (@jfwong) January 24, 2018
“What kills a skunk is the publicity it gives itself.” - Abraham Lincoln https://t.co/Fqu8RBabQQ— Claire M Caulfield (@CaulfieldCM) January 24, 2018
Say what you want about Logan Paul's mistakes, but this right here earns my respect. https://t.co/7KesxsDgyh— Nick Kyser (@nkyser18) January 24, 2018
.@LoganPaul has a long way to go and people are right to continue to question his motives but today's video was a thoughtful first step. hopefully this is part of a true effort to move on from sensationalist content - https://t.co/VqU5q97jKi— Casey Neistat (@CaseyNeistat) January 24, 2018
Alright.— Stanley🤙🏻 (@TheLazyKidOfJoy) January 24, 2018
I honestly thought Logan Paul could never come back from what he has done.
But I am happy to be proven wrong by him.
His new video is incredible and truly shows that he wants to change for the better of the world and himself.@LoganPaul you are not alone. 🙌#Respect https://t.co/DgNgoSYcOv
Worth noting that Logan Paul's child/teen fan base basically never abandoned him over the suicide forest vid, he only gained subscribers and mainstream notoriety. Now they are all welcoming him back like #wow #brave. He's being praised by fellow YouTubers too.— Taylor Lorenz (@TaylorLorenz) January 24, 2018
YouTuber Logan Paul has said sorry after facing criticism for posting a video which included footage of a dead body. https://t.co/wOft5fd1gM— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) January 2, 2018
We all make mistakes, that includes myself, my father. Everyone. It's how you learn from those mistakes and grow from what you learned that we truly get to see what kind of a person you really are. I see the growth and I see you really trying. Welcome back <3— Michael Green (@Lyricoldrap) January 24, 2018