Logan Paul Makes Controversial Statement About 'Going Gay'

Brenda Watkins
January 14, 2019

Paul caught hate after he revealed during his Impaulsive podcast Wednesday that he and co-host Mike Majlak have a freakish resolution for the month of March, as first reported by E!

"And then March.it's male-only March".

'Dear Logan Paul and any ignorant, hurtful fool, You can't 'go gay for a month.' Being gay is not a choice.

And the controversial YouTube vlogger has faced a huge backlash once again for announcing that instead of doing Dry January or Veganuary - he's going to "go gay for a month".

"We're going to go the opposite", Majlak said of February, noting the two will be eating steaks, drinking "big bottles" of vodka and "just wilin' out".

This prompts Majlak to joke: "For one month, and then swing... and then go back".

Listen to Logan's entire podcast below...

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"Being gay isn't a choice, being gay isn't a phase, being gay shouldn't be used for a trend and subscribers".

One year after his huge Suicide Forest scandal that almost ended his career for good, Logan is once again infuriating people online.

Another person tweeted: "Tbh why haven't we cancelled him yet?"

This latest controversy comes a year after Paul filmed a dead body in Japan's notorious suicide forest, after which he apologised and took a temporary break from posting YouTube videos.

He immediately came under criticism on social media, with users saying that his ambitious plans were a publicity stunt. "His homophobic comment was the last straw". "He's a moron who thinks joking about going gay is amusing".

The comments did not sit well with listeners, who immediately criticized his words.

The pair were reported to have made £150 million ($192m) from the bout, which many branded as a sham.

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