Warning: This article discusses suicide.
The internet erupted in fury after controversial YouTuber Logan Paul posted a video that made light of suicide.
Loads of celebs called him out on the vid, with some urging for YouTube to ban him for good, but people are V. perplexed by Chrissy Teigen's take on the sitch.
"Re: Logan Paul, something I always think about is when people make...ethical mistakes, as in, not-illegal, should we really be trying I ruin their lives and end their careers or accept the apology, personally make a choice to stop watching, and move on," she tweeted.
"I’m not concerned about his personal well being at all. I think this is a longer conversation about...and I hate this phrasing but...us as a society."
The TV personality's followers were not here for her opinions on the sitch and she immediately copped backlash.
After noticing everyone's shook responses, Chrissy clarified her statement:
"I think I’m talking to the wrong audience here. Not many of you guys will ever understand the campaign to END YOU...some of you are the enders and there is no conversation allowed (which I now clearly see) - point taken back to black mirror."
Another fan then responded with: "No one wants his life to be ruined? Re considering his place online and his influence is not a bad call. This isn’t his first problematic incident and to stay silent on the issue is not the best port of call. He needs to understand and take consequences for his careless actions."
Chrissy responded with: "With 9.5 million followers, I can very clearly see many people who want him ruined. We have very different vantage points."
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