Over the last few days, YouTuber Logan Paul and his highly controversial suicide video have caused the masses to call for his account to be banned and to pressure YouTube to take responsibility. Parents are also scrambling to try to regulate their children's viewing habits.
And judging from the very lengthy, exhaustive replies, the responses have been a mess of a mixed bag.
With very polarizing statements. "You did the right thing logan" ... "He really didn't."
"We love you Logan" ... "No we don't."
Hive-minded fans are actually arguing about how they collectively feel in his Twitter replies. Do we support you?
Should he "just delete" his account? Will everything be OK?
Do we forgive you, Logan?
Who's still in the "Logang"? Does the "Logang" exist anymore?
The discussion is an endless game of Ping-Pong.
People (nonfans) are taking notice and are both alarmed and amused by the "debates."
In fact, the replies have made people even more aware and weary of the entire YouTube phenomenon.
Until then, for the "Logang," the jury is unfortunately still out.
Tanya Chen is a social news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in New York.
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