Tasering a dead rat isn’t a good look after his other recent problems.
YouTube star Logan Paul is in hot water again with YouTube, following his suspension from the service’s Preferred Ad program for posting a video of a suicide victim in Japan. YouTube has temporarily suspended all ads on his channels, cutting off revenue estimated between $40,000 to $600,000 per month. On Twitter, YouTube Creators cited his “recent pattern of behavior,” as reason for the suspension. Paul posted an apology video following the first suspension, but has since gone back to his shock tactics, posting videos showing dead fish and the tasering of a dead rat.