Twitter account We the Unicorns brought Logan Paul's other Japan trip video to our attention:
The disrespect he shows in this clip alone is absolutely appalling. Throughout the video, he dons a kimono and a conical hat and runs around the streets of Tokyo mocking Japanese culture and causing a ruckus.
It turns out that Logan Paul's "mistake" with the video in the Aokigahara Forest wasn't a mistake at all.
It’s really just who he is. And finally, after insanely intense backlash, YouTube has finally addressed the controversy and made their disciplinary actions public.
YouTube announced today that it has put its multiple projects with Logan Paul on hold. Paul was set to appear in YouTube film The Thinning: New World Order, but now the fate of the film is in question.
He will also not appear in the fourth season of the YouTube Red show Foursome.
Additionally, YouTube has removed Paul from its Google Preferred program, which allows brands to sell ads on the top 5 percent of YouTube creators.
Any originals he was involved in with the company are also now on hold, and his channel received a “strike” for violating YouTube policy. Three “strikes” in a three-month period and YouTube will terminate an account.
But is this enough?
YouTube responded to criticism about their lack of action in a statement on Tuesday: “Many of you have been frustrated with our lack of communication recently. You’re right to be. You deserve to know what’s going on. Like many others, we were upset by the video that was shared…”
YouTube claimed it would look at “further consequences” and would take steps “to ensure a video like this is never circulated again.”
How about removing Logan Paul from your platform then?