Logan Paul, social media star, apologizes for video of suicide victim

Social media star Logan Paul is apologizing after fans blasted him for posting a video of a suicide victim over the weekend and making light of the situation. Paul, one of the most popular people on YouTube with more than 15 million subscribers, many of them children, was wandering around in Japanโ€™s so-called "suicide forest."
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