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Logan Paul Labels Aaron Paul An Internet Bully

Logan Paul Labels Aaron Paul An Internet Bully

Logan Paul hasn't forgotten about Aaron Paul's angry tweet and he's holding a grudge



They might have the same surname but that's the only thing YouTuber Logan Paul and Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul have in common.

In fact, the two hate each other.

Logan even reckons he'd 'beat Aaron's ass' in a fight if they ever came face-to-face.

The animosity stems back to January 2018, when Aaron took to twitter to personally condemn Logan for taking capturing a dead body hanging in Japan's Suicide Forest.

In the 15-minute vlog for Logan's YouTube channel - which has 15 million subscribers - we see Logan and his friends zooming in on a dead body while describing how 'crazy' the situation is.


The video lasted just one day, but only after it had already been viewed over a million times.

It caused people to take Twitter in drones to express their anger, including actor Aaron Paul.


Aaron's tweet read: "Dear Logan Paul, How dare you! You disgust me. I can't believe that so many young people look up to you.

"So sad. Hopefully this latest video woke them up. You are pure trash. Plain and Simple. Suicide is not a joke. Go rot in hell."

A very harsh selection of words, we know. And whether you agree with them or not, it has certainly evoked a certain anger out in Logan.

So, when TMZ asked if Logan would ever take up Aaron in a fight, his response was: "He's too little. I'd beat his ass!"

Logan went on to say: "I think he's an internet bully. I think he hopped on the bandwagon like everyone else."

TMZ's questions come in preparation for Logan's upcoming fight against YouTube superstar KSI next month in Manchester, which he thinks is going to be one of the biggest pop culture events of the year.

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Topics: TV and Film, Logan Paul, Aaron Paul, KSI, Breaking Bad, US Entertainment, Japan, YouTube