YouTuber Logan Paul is hoping to bounce back from the backlash he received after posting a video of a suicide victim. The 22-year-old told "TMZ" yesterday he thinks he has been treated "fairly" after being cut from a YouTube series and a major ad program over footage he posted of a man hanging from a tree in Japan's "suicide forest." He told the outlet, "everyone deserves a second chance." He has been inactive on social media and has issued multiple apologies. Another statement from him meant specifically for his YouTube subscribers is reportedly in the works.
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