Logan Paul has explained why he no longer posts videos on YouTube.
The last time Paul shared a video with his 23 million YouTube subscribers was June this year, when he shared a series of videos promoting his boxing match with Floyd Mayweather.
Nevertheless, Logan has managed to remain relevant thanks to his podcast Impaulsive and his brother Jake Paul's successful boxing career.
Speaking about why he's stopped posting content on YouTube, he told the Los Angeles Times: "Demonetization, being blacklisted, being shadow-banned, it's really demotivating.
"When you are yourself, the platform that you're on, because of the advertisers, because of public sentiment, whatever it is, no longer wants to support you."
Logan said these policies demolished any interest he had in creating videos to publish on the site.
Paul's fans can still see what he's up to on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok and paid subscription service Maverick Club.
Unlike his brother Jake, Logan's boxing career is yet to see real success.
He fought fellow YouTuber KSI twice in 2018 and 2019 - losing the second time by split decision.
No winner was declared in his fight against Floyd, although some might see this as a success in its own right.
It's not known when Logan will get back in the ring, but his younger brother looks eager for another fight.
After defeating former UFC star Tyron Woodley this month, Jake said: "It's scary to try and put a cap on where this can go.
"The potential is unlimited here.
"Two years as a professional and this has gone astronomical and it's making history.
"I would love to just continue to put on historic events, sell massive pay-per-views, and fight higher level opposition as I go.
"Maybe when the time is right I'll go for the world championship belt, whatever belt that is - IBF, WBA, WBO, I don't know.
"It would be funny to become world champion and be like, 'Yeah, I'm a YouTuber'.
"As soon as I win the world championship, I'd take the belt and I would throw it on the f***ing ground and stomp on it."
Words: Charlie Metcalfe