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Logan Paul is a reminder of the responsibility social influencers have towards their audiences

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14.01.2018

There was a major YouTube incident over the last few days you may not be aware of. But I guarantee, if you have children over the age of 11 at home, or sub 25-year-olds on your team, they know all about it. Ask them now.

Logan Paul is a highly recognisable face on YouTube. He has amassed a YouTube audience of over 15 million subscribers and has partnered with brands such as PepsiCo, Disney, HBO, Dunkin Donuts. All have since denounced him.

For those not familiar with what happened, on a trip to Japan, Logan visited the infamous Aokigahara, or, as it is commonly known, the Suicide Forest. During his 15-minute vlog of this trip, he stumbled across a man who had committed suicide.

A shocking event for anybody to have to come across, instead of turning his camera off, he can be seen yelling at the deceased body ‘Yo, are you alive?’ and then laughing hysterically.

Logan then uploaded it with the title ‘WE FOUND A DEAD BODY’ to his YouTube channel which is home to 15 million subscribers, mostly between the ages of 13 and 18 years old. The video received 6 million views within eight hours of being uploaded.

Whether you are an Instagrammer, YouTuber or blogger or have any sort of social following on any channel, you have power. You have the power to infiltrate the homes of every single one of your........

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