Facts of Logan Paul
|Full Name:||Logan Paul|
|Age:||24 years 1 months|
|Birth Date:||April 01, 1995|
|Birth Place:||Westlake, Ohio, United States|
|Father's Name:||Gregory Allan Paul|
|Mother's Name:||Pamela Ann Stepnick|
|Marital Status:||In Relation|
|Profession:||actor and Internet personality|
|Height / How tall? :||6 feet 2 inches (1.88m)|
|Net Worth:||$14 million|
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If you are a Youtube regular, you probably know Japanese-American vlogger Regina Scully. Yes! Reina was actually born on 21 August 1988 in Japan. Apparently, at 3 years old, she moved to the United States.
Apart from being a Youtuber herself, she is also a Japanese translator. She also does anime reviews, Japanese lessons, silly translations, gaming videos etc. Among all, she loves hentai and does cosplays.
In 2014, she announced on Twitter that she was engaged to Michael Flusk. They got married in October 2016 in a Japanese traditional wedding. She had posted the details on her Twitter and her YouTube channel.
First, let’s know what spooked Scully to make the video.
Logan Paul, also a YouTuber, had uploaded a video on December 31, 2017. His video had a clip which showed him laughing near the identified body. The body was that of a suicide victim in Japan’s Aokigahara forest. The video had caused outrage in major parts of the world with Logan’s Youtube channel getting removed.
Reina’s Youtube video
On January 2, 2018, Scully published a video on Youtube. Her video features her explaining what she thought of Logan Paul based on THAT video.
At the start of her video, Reina gets on the point explaining how Japan is reacting to Logan’s video.
“I know a lot of people are concerned that this kind of now damages the image of foreigners or Americans or even Youtubers to Japanese people. That’s not necessarily the case. I don’t know think like… maybe that will be different in the next few weeks or so. But initially, that’s not really so much how Japanese people would kind of react anyway!”
She goes on to ask
She asks questions boggling her mind. “Why did you have to do it in my country? On a holy day of all days?……. how were you able to do such a horrid thing as interacting with a body that passed from suicide? It does not make any sense to me whatsoever as a human being.”
She soon talks about her personal experience as a Japanese national citizen that grew up in the US with a green card.
She shares what people of Japan actually think of the Aokigahara forest. She assures that the forest is absolutely not a tourist attraction because the internet glorified it.
“Its actually one of our sins and the internet is glorifying one of our darkest issues. That is not what we want people to see.”
Reina goes on to comment on Logan’s apology. “ it’s not just his responsibility now, because like I said it is a team and company, now, i…I get it. But .. that was a really disgusting excuse to throw out there and you should be ashamed as a YouTuber.”
“He’s (Logan) poison and its true he is too influential and his fans are not waking up. So it is now Youtube’s responsibility to so something about this. Youtube needs to control the situation.”
Such a controversial video was bound to have responses. Both good and bad responses. Some Logan Paul fans disagreed with her. And some social media users went as far as to verbally attack her for this video of hers.
Also, there are supporters
But most supported Reina and stood up in her defense. We can see that clearly in the comments. Scully also thanked fans for the support she received.
I’d hate myself if i had a fanbase who can’t think for themselves like this
— Akidearest (@akidearest) January 3, 2018
We have children who look up to awful people and say these horrible things, think being "savage" is cool and an excuse to disrespect not only people but a culture. This is his fan base. A corny generation that needs to be taught better. It's sad to see so many kids like this https://t.co/jdwqQW0Irf
— hiren! ヒレン (@hiren_style) January 4, 2018
I am so grateful for your outpouring of support and sympathy💛 but don’t worry! I’m not hurting. I put this out there because I wanted everyone to see and understand how damaged him and his fans are. And therefore how potentially dangerous they are…
— Reina Scully (@ReinaScully) January 3, 2018
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