PewDiePie criticizes YouTube’s ‘inept’ leadership, accuses the company of giving Logan Paul a lighter punishment for offensive video
|10/23/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- PewDiePie lashed out at YouTube’s leadership for its decision to release an original movie starring fellow YouTuber Logan Paul. Paul’s movie was paused in light of his infamous Japan ‘suicide forest’ video.
- YouTube delayed Paul’s movie for 10 months, but PewDiePie’s original series has been on hold since February 2017, when the video star made anti-Semitic remarks.
- Both YouTubers have managed to maintain large followings even amid controversies.
- YouTube says it released Paul’s movie because it involved others and wasn’t a solo project, and now says Paul is considered to be in good standing with the company.
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