YouTuber Logan Paul Apologizes for His “Gay for a Month” Challenge
Controversial YouTube star Logan Paul has apologised after claiming that he wants to “go gay for a month”.
Only a year after the controversial video that he filmed in Japan’s “suicide forest”, Paul has courted fresh controversy by announcing his plans to “go gay” on a recent podcast.
Speaking on the Impaulsive series, he said: “We’re vegan now, and we’re sober. January is sober, vegan January. February is fatal February.”
After co-host Mike Majlak explained that ‘fatal February’ would involve meat and copious amounts of alcohol, Paul then turned his attentions to the following month.
“Then March – it’s male-only March. We’re gonna attempt to go gay for just one month,” he said.
Maljak then responded: “For one month. And then swing… go back.”
The comments provoked immediate condemnation on social media from users who explained that being LGBTQ is not a choice.
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“Logan Paul joking about being gay “for one month” while countless LGBT+ around the world are killed & committing suicide for their sexuality, is disgusting. He continues to be an awful representation of the YouTube community & shows he truly has learned NOTHING over the last year,” wrote Daniel Preda.