Jake Paul Addresses Logan Paul Suicide Woods Controversy
Nestled in the 11-minute mark of his latest video surrounding his adventures in Aspen, Colorado and talking to his girlfriend about her make up regiment, is Jake Paul addressing the controversy surrounding his brother, Logan Paul, and his now infamous video of his discovery of a human corpse in Japan’s Aokigahara Forest.
In the statement, Jake says that he took a few weeks in order to let the situation “have some time to breathe,” but now he is ready to break his silence. Jake says that what Logan did was “very, very, very, wrong,” and that right now, Logan is paying the price for it and learning from it. Jake continues by saying that behavioral mental issues and suicide is not a joke and says that Logan did not mean to offend anyone — and is truly, truly sorry. Jake ends the video by thanking Logan’s fans for being there for him, and, of course, tells his brother he loves him.
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