Plenty of people have had their say on YouTuber Logan Paul after he uploaded a video which has been called disgusting, insensitive, tone deaf and straight up fucking terrible. It was supposed to be a look at a forest in Japan which sees up to 100 suicides every year, but the 22-year-old included footage of an actual suicide victim that they stumbled upon.

Logan was particularly criticised for laughing with his pals after discovering the body, even though he said that was his 'coping mechanism'.

He's had celebrities and commentators tear him to shreds over the 15-minute clip and now another 'famous' person has provided their two cents: Danielle Bregoli aka Cash Me Ousside girl.

While some people might argue against her criticising anyone considering she got her fame from appearing on the Dr Phil show and threatened to attack an audience member, the teenager has weighed in anyway.

Approached by TMZ at Los Angeles Airport, Ms Bregoli said: "Everything was kind of okay, it wasn't okay that he filmed it, but I understood. He's a vlogger, he goes, he vlogs things and that's what he does. But when you're talking about it saying, 'oh depression is a bad thing' and then you're laughing.

"That's disgusting."

When asked about whether she believed his defence of trying to raise awareness for suicide, she said: "No that's not okay. That's not okay at all. That's disgusting."

The teen admitted she knew Logan in the past but thought his two apologies on social media didn't absolve him of his mistake. Paul's first attempt at saying sorry was on Twitter, where he wrote: "This is a first for me. I've never faced criticism like this before, because I've never made a mistake like this before.

"I'm surrounded by good people and believe I make good decisions, but I'm still a human being. I can be wrong.

"I didn't do it for views. I get views.

"I did it because I thought I could make a positive ripple on the internet, not cause a monsoon of negativity.

"That's never the intention. I intended to raise awareness for suicide and suicide prevention and while I thought, 'if this video saves just ONE life, it'll be worth it,' I was misguided by shock and awe, as portrayed in the video. I still am."

So sorry. - Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) January 2, 2018

But that was criticised by people for lacking remorse and a grasp of how bad the video was and the impact it could have on his audience.

Logan then uploaded a short clip to his YouTube channel and other social media accounts, which has notched up 16 million views in just a day.

However, if you look at the comments section then you'll see people are nowhere near ready to forgive him.

Sources: TMZ

Featured Image Credit: Logan Paul YouTube/Daniell Bregoli Instagram

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