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Logan Paul : Fires co host | Response video | Scam
On September 4, 2019, it was announced that Paul would be making his professional boxing debut in a rematch against KSI, which would be broadcast exclusively on DAZN in the United States.
The fight was scheduled to take place on November 9 at the Staples Center.
At the UK press conference for the rematch, Paul again stirred controversy as he accused KSI of having five abortions, before remarking, “Five babies dead.
I might return the favor and kill you.” He received criticism from abortion rights activists, who described his comment as “horrific”, while anti-abortion activists came to his defense. Paul responded by stating, “I said something distasteful and insensitive.”
Logan Paul fires co host
Logan Paul recently tricked his audience into believing that he fired co-hosts Mike Majlak and George Janko from his The Impaulsive podcast.
‘The Maverick’ managed to pull off the same by posting a picture on his Instagram account with two of the former co-hosts of the podcast: Spencer Taylor and Mac.
Interestingly, Logan Paul was able to successfully trick fans with this post. The majority of the podcast’s audience believed that it was true and that the 27-year-old fired Mike Majlak and George Janko from the podcast.
However, on the latest episode of Impaulsive, ‘The Maverick’ cleared the air regarding the situation and revealed that it was just a joke:
“People thought I actually fired you guys. It was because Spencer and Mac were both in Puerto Rico at the same time and I was I like, this is hilarious, let’s cause some noise. And also, listen audience, I love y’all but sometimes you gotta be f**ked with, sometimes you gotta get got and some people bought into it.”
During the same episode of Impaulsive, ‘The Maverick’ and his manager Jeffrey Levin seemed to be doubtful about how much Deji would get paid for his upcoming exhibition against Floyd Mayweather.
The two were discussing Floyd Mayweather’s potential pay-out from the fight when Jeffrey Levin stated that ‘Money’ could walk away with $20-30 million while Deji might not even get paid.
Logan Paul Response video
Popular influencer Logan Paul took the internet by storm on January 4, 2022, when he responded to the crypto scam allegations presented by YouTuber Steven “Coffeezilla.”
Several prominent streamers provided their take on the situation, with YouTube Gaming sensation Ludwig stating that he was “massively disappointed” by Logan Paul’s response:
“I know my take is small beans in the grand scheme of things but it does reinforce the idea that you should enjoy creator’s content at an arms length. You never know who’s a decent person.”
During a livestream on January 4, political commentator Hasan “HasanAbi” reacted to the video as well. He burst out laughing after seeing Logan Paul reveal the identity of CryptoZoo’s developer, and stated:
“Wait, not a single person thinks that any of the people involved in this situation are good people. You hired him, you f***ing idiot! You literally hired. Dog, what is this?! He’s just like, compounding the L’s, dude! He’s like, ‘These guys I hired to do scams on my audience, well that guy is a bad guy!’ Oh, s**t, man! Okay.”
Logan Paul has denied accusations he scammed fans with his project Cryptozoo after a three-part documentary series accused him of being involved in a multi-million dollar scam.
The YouTube star, who has made the move into boxing three times over the past few years, was the subject of a YouTube series by journalist Stephen ‘Coffeezilla’ Findeisen.
The series was viewed over 16.2million times, and during the piece Findeisen alleges fans were ripped off for millions as part of Paul’s failed Cryptocurrency game Cryptozoo.
Findeisen interviewed over a dozen alleged victims of the crypto game, which was never fully released and left those who bought NFTs that were supposed to be used to make money allegedly down thousands of dollars.
And despite there being a number of seemingly bad actors involved in the project, the brunt of the public backlash landed on Paul, who never sold his tokens during the alleged “scam“.