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Logan Paul apologized for a joke about & # 39; going a month of gay & # 39;
The 23-year-old YouTube personality made the controversial comments about the Wednesday episode of his Impaulsive podcast.
& # 39; We're going to try to be gay for only a month, & # 39; joked Paul.
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The exchange took place between Logan and his co-host Mike Mejlak.
January is frugal vegan January and then February … & # 39; began the multi-millionaire media magnate.
They called the next month & fat; February & # 39 ;.
Logan then said: & # 39; It is only for men in March. We are going to try to become gay for only one month. & # 39;
The gag caused online consternation, including from lawyer group GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation), who tweeted: "That's not how it works, @ LoganPaul & # 39 ;.
The occasional boxer responded to the tweet of the organization on Friday and wrote:
Very bad word choice … my fault. let's get together and talk about it on my podcast next week? & # 39;
GLAAD has not yet publicly responded.
It is not the first time that Paul has been involved in controversy about his online content.
Paul was in warm water through a video on his YouTube channel that was placed on New Year's Eve 2017 and on which the corpse of a deceased man was shown.
The video was shot in the notorious Aokigahara forest in Japan, known as the "suicide forest & # 39 ;," which was meant to be part of a series of videos about Paul's adventures in Japan.
The video has seen more than 6.3 million views in just 24 hours, which also led to the backlash of celebrities and politicians and ultimately to the temporary suspension of its YouTube advertising revenue stream.