(AP photo)TOKYO: Logan Paul has issued a more extensive apology for posting a YouTube video showing what appeared to be a body in a Japanese forest known as a suicide destination. Media reports say the video was viewed some 6 million times before being removed from Paul's YouTube channel, a verified account with more than 15 million subscribers. I'm simply here to apologise,"' he said on the more somber video apology uploaded on YouTube and Twitter late Tuesday. But local police overseeing the forest area in Paul's video declined comment on Wednesday. YouTube, owned by Google parent Alphabet Inc, has not responded to questions about removing Paul's video channel.
Source: Bangkok Post January 03, 2018 06:56 UTC