Nearly a year after he had angered for his "Suicide Forest" video, controversial YouTube creator Logan Paul says his career will continue for a long time is not over.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Paul opened his life and career after the infamous video of a suicide victim in the Japanese Aokigahara Forest that Paul had posted on his YouTube channel on New Year's Day. The video was almost immediately aroused and led to a variety of professional consequences. That included putting him on a list of stars who were "broken off" by the Internet. It is an assertion that Paul totally rejects.
"Good luck trying to cancel," Paul said. "It's so easy for everyone to be like:" Logan Paul has just finished his career, he's done. "But the only person who will ever decide if that's true is me If I might sleep for the rest of my life, but like dog ̵
And Paul could not be wrong when it comes to the status" lifted ". Although his private life has been hit a bit by a breakup with SHIELD Chloe Bennet's agent, his professional life seems to be slowly back on track. Earlier this month, YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) released The Thinning: New World Order a sequel to the dystopian Thriller of Service 2016, The Thinning in which Paul starred.
The sequel was shelved after the controversial Aokigahara Forest video, and the fate of the film had only been updated when the trailer appeared on Paul's channel. Paul also shared it on Twitter and wrote "Surprise" along with a devil emoji. The release of the movie surprised some, but according to YouTube, Paul is currently doing well with the platform's guidelines. Ads have been reinstated in his account, and Paul also looks to the future of his creative work – a future that could lead him away from the video in the world of podcasting with his soon-to-be-launched Impaulsive.
"If I do something, I might as well make it up," Paul said.
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