Logan Pauls fans defend YouTube video of Japanese suicide; his apology tops trending videos

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Logan Pauls fans defend YouTube video of Japanese suicide; his apology tops trending videos.
Logan Paul angered Internet users over the weekend after he posted a YouTube video that featured him making light of an apparent suicide victim. But that criticism has only served to fan the devotion of his 15 million fans, who have made him one of YouTube’s best-paid self-made stars. 

Since the original video of Paul’s trip to a Japanese forest known for suicides was pulled by Paul from Google-owned YouTube on Sunday, the fan group, also known as the “Logang,” has taken to the star’s Twitter, Instagram and YouTube channels to defend Paul or offer support. 

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