There's no way to sugarcoat this so we're just gonna come right out and say it: Logan Paul is a terrible role model and the content he creates is incredibly offensive.
First, he not only made light of, but actually LAUGHED at suicide in a video which sparked loads of outrage online and lead to his decision to take a short break from YouTube.
After apologising multiple times and promising to "think twice in the future about what I post,” he returned with a video where he tortured animals which ticked off not only online peeps but also the animal organisation Peta.
These are two major eff ups meaning if you go by the old school three strike system, Logan must only have one strike left, right?
In fact, according to YouTube's CEO, Logan doesn't have a single strike against him, in their eyes.
“We do have a three-strikes rule, and if somebody violates three times, then we terminate those accounts,” the video-sharing website’s CEO Susan Wojcicki said while speaking at Recode’s Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, California, via CNBC.
“[Paul] hasn’t done anything that would cause those three strikes, so we can’t just be pulling people off of our platform. They need to violate a policy and we need to have consistent behaviour.”
So it turns out mocking suicide and torturing animals doesn't go against their ethos... interesting.
We've gotta give YouTube props for one thing though, they took a major stand by suspending all ads on Logan's channel due to his recent "pattern of behaviour", but is that enough?
Despite loads of people calling for the controversial internet personality to be blocked from YouTube, the streaming service isn't budging.
Let's just hope that Logan eventually takes note of the outrage and stops posting offensive content but unlike the fish that he tortured in his last video, we're not holding our breath.