YouTube Pulls All Ads From Logan Paul's Channel

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A spokesperson said in a statement provided to HuffPost, "After careful consideration, we have made a decision to temporarily suspend ads on Logan Paul's YouTube channels".

Just weeks after his global incident exploiting a suicide victim, Logan Paul is back at it again, this time abusing deceased animals as a form of entertainment.

Paul, who earned an estimated $12.5 million last year, according to Forbes, has been in the crosshairs of YouTube this year, though it's hardly dented his popularity among his largely teen and kid fan base.

We can celebrate that YouTube took action against Logan Paul because Logan Paul is a douche and we hate him.

This is a total advertising pull from the Logan Paul channel, not just preferred status.

Logan Paul, 2018's new major problem for YouTube, has gotten into more hot water with the Google-owned video network. This option allows you to opt out of monetization for any videos that are not advertiser friendly while you remain in the YouTube Partner Program.

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After the incident, Paul stopped producing his daily video blog for a while, but returned to the platform in January, saying he'd learned from his mistakes.

In the age of 15 minutes of fame, it might have been easy to forget YouTuber Logan Paul.

Logan Paul poses in the press room during 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2017 presented by Capital One at The Forum on December 1, 2017 in Inglewood. This caused Paul to take a month break from vlogging, returning with a full apology video before resuming regular content. The company ended up severing its upcoming paid contracts with the YouTuber and promising to re-tool its policies site-wide when it comes to anti-social behavior. The video-sharing website stated that Paul tried to monetize off of the video. But whatever it is, Paul has now lost that revenue stream completely, until YouTube decides to resume placing ads on his channel.

It didn't take long for Paul to fall into old habits, though.

Paul then made a decision to change his tune to help people and set out on a suicide awareness campaign with serious videos, but now YouTube has completely pulled advertising from his channel after he posted videos about Tide Pods and using a Taser on dead rats.

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