Logan Paul Issues Apology for Japan’s Suicide Forest Video and Says, ‘I Don’t Expect to be Forgiven’

Logan Paul has issued an apology video, tweet on Twitter, and has deleted the video off of YouTube after a public outrage of social media posts. Paul is taking a second swing at apologizing this time being a public video, the first time being a tweet on Twitter. The popular YouTuber posted a video Tuesday (January 2nd), apologizing to just about everyone for the video, even including the suicide victim and his family. Paul says that he doesn’t expect to be forgiven, but still did acknowledge what he did and notice that he should not have.

As we reported previously public figures everywhere have responded with a social media outraged. The video posted showed the suicide victim’s body hanging in the forest, and immediately caught a ton of heat from not only his fans but hundreds of celebrities, public figures, and bands. He has since removed the video and posted a written “I’m sorry” statement on Twitter.

See the tweet below:

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