Controversial YouTuber Logan Paul Is "Going Gay" for a Month, Everybody's Confused


His video series co-host Mike Majlak then chips in: "Just for the month".

"Is fatal February", Majlak added, meaning they would be consuming steaks and drinking alcohol.

While discussing his New Year's resolutions, Paul said: "So our New Year's resolution - we're vegan now, and we're sober?"

Perennial attention-seeker Logan Paul has outdone himself by claiming he is going to spend March living as a gay man, on a podcast that has drawn withering responses from the internet as he tries to one-up last year's scandal.

Now he's being called out for more of the same, thanks to a recent episode of his podcast, "Impaulsive", in which he revealed that for the month of March he's going to "go gay".

Majlak continued: "For one month, and then swing. and then go back". So without further ado, I give to you, Logan Paul's latest blooper: a promise to "Go Gay" for the whole month of March.

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Logan Paul, 23, who was named among the world's highest-paid YouTube stars in 2018, saw a slowdown in views and subscriptions after he had filmed an apparent suicide victim in Japan's notorious "suicide forest".

Another person tweeted: "Tbh why haven't we cancelled him yet?" Ultimately, the notion that Paul and "Big Mike" could "Go Gay" just for the hell of it, invariably fell into the wrong hands.

Paul, who has more than 18 million YouTube subscribers, has since apologised for his "very poor choice of words".

'He continues to be an terrible representation of the YouTube community & shows he truly has learned NOTHING over the past year'.

Paul and Mejlak's comments sparked a massive backlash from social media users. The boxing match took place before a crowd of 18,000 at the Manchester Arena and ended in a draw.