YouTuber Logan Paul criticised for saying he’s ‘going gay’ for one month

Logan Paul is going through an intense backlash for saying that he’s going to aim to “go homosexual” for one month as a New Year’s resolution.

The YouTuber made the controversial assertion whereas talking on his podcast Impaulsive alongside co-host Mike Majlak and visitor Kelvin Peña, in any other case generally known as Web star ‘Brother Nature’.

Paul and Majlak defined how they have been having a “sober, vegan January” earlier than revealing the resolutions they have been going to undertake within the following two months.

After stating that they have been going to be doing “Deadly February”, throughout which they’d eat steaks and drink vodka, Peña then requested the pair what they have been going to do for March.

“What’s it, male solely March?” Paul mentioned . “We’re gonna try and go homosexual for only one month.” 

“For one month, after which swing … after which return,” Majlak added.

Paul has confronted a barrage of criticism following the discharge of the podcast, with many individuals condemning the 23-year-old over his flippant remarks and emphasising the truth that being homosexual isn’t a alternative.

“I can’t consider Logan Paul goes to be ‘homosexual for a month’ prefer it’s some type of pattern. I’m disgusted,” one particular person tweeted

“Logan Paul joking about being homosexual “for one month” whereas numerous LGBT+ all over the world are killed and committing suicide for his or her sexuality, is disgusting,” wrote social media influencer Daniel Preda. 

“He continues to be an terrible illustration of the YouTube group and exhibits he really has discovered NOTHING during the last 12 months.”

In 2018, Paul sparked controversy after importing a video to YouTube of a useless man’s physique within the so-called “suicide forest” Aokigahara in Japan.

The YouTuber later apologised for sharing the video, stating that he had meant for it to lift consciousness of suicide prevention.

LGBT+ organisation GLAAD responded on Twitter to Paul’s feedback about “going homosexual” for a month, writing: “That’s not the way it works, @LoganPaul.” 

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Paul then responded to the organisation’s tweet, saying: “Very poor alternative of phrases … my fault. let’s get collectively and discuss it on my podcast subsequent week?” 

Nevertheless, not everyone seems to be satisfied that Paul’s supposed apology is real.

“Translated: “Poor alternative of phrases, wish to come on my podcast subsequent week so I can earn a living off of my poor determination?” one particular person tweeted in response. 

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