Jake Paul addresses Logan Paul controversy in typical Jake Paul fashion

Remigio Civitarese
Gennaio 23, 2018

"I don't think it's right what he did at all".

"He did not mean to offend anyone and I can tell when he's in shock and he didn't handle the situation in the right way". At the time of writing it has already gained over 2.3 million views.

Jake, 21, has stayed quiet on the topic until now, saying he "wanted to let the situation have some time to breathe".

Jake Paul has revealed what he thinks about his brother Logan's now infamous "suicide forest" vlog and the fallout that followed.

Logan Paul took down the video after two days and later he apologised.

Acknowledging the Logan's vlog "was very, very, very, very wrong", Jake tries to reassure viewers that "not only is he paying for it, but he is learning from it". I don't think it's right what he did at all.

"I know Logan was going through a lot and everyone was talking about it", he said.

Jake said it was "sad to [him]" to see how upset Logan was in the aftermath of his mistake, but knows his brother is strong and will "learn from his mistakes and be able to bounce back".

Kyncl went on to explain that "the site's community guidelines act as the standards which are a guide on how to behave on YouTube", - but self-created guidelines are a far cry from third party regulation.

According to Forbes, Logan was the fourth highest-paid YouTuber a year ago, earning £9.3m, while Jake came seventh with £8.6m.

The company eventually admitted the video shouldn't have been published.

YouTube insisted to Newsbeat it should not be regulated in the same way as traditional TV channels. However, YouTube has refused to accept that, on the basis that it's "different", thanks to being an open platform that distributes content rather than having any kind of editorial input.

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