Is MVHS ready to forgive Logan Paul?


On Jan. 2, Logan Paul, an internet personality with over 15 million subscribers on Youtube, posted a video of a suicide victim that he stumbled across in the Aokigahara forest. He has since deleted the video, but many called out Paul for being insensitive for sensationalizing a man’s suicide. He has posted multiple apologies, one typed on his phone and another video on his Twitter. The internet has since widely stopped supporting Logan Paul, yet his subscriber count is still growing by the second. Here is what MVHS students think of Logan Paul’s status.

Logan Paul's Apology_

Revert to his videos_

Additional reporting by Jacob Wee.


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Ruth Feng is a first-year staff member of El Estoque. She writes for the sports section and enjoys going to ballgames, doing yoga, and being in nature.