YouTuber Logan Paul Thinks He Deserves A 'Second Chance' After 'Suicide Forest' Video
But the vlogger thinks he has been treated "fairly."
The video-maker also revealed he believes the backlash has been 'fair' after YouTube pulled him from their ads and removed him from one of their original series.
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"Everyone deserves second chances bro," he can be heard saying in a video obtained by TMZ, before going on to admit he has learned "so many things," from the recent controversy.
Logan suggested that a full statement aimed at YouTube would be "coming.. soon" and said he has a backup plan to make up for lost revenue following the video sites decision to cut ties with him, hinting that it involves clothing.
The vlogger has been keeping a low-profile since the public outrage after he posted the video in Japan's "suicide forest," and remained pretty shy as the cameraman threw questions his way.
"This is a first for me. I've never faced criticism like this before, because I've never made a mistake like this before. I'm surrounded by good people and believe I make good decisions, but I'm still a human being. I can be wrong," he wrote in his original apology.
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