The Rock Told Logan Paul To Delete All Their Content Together After Japan Suicide Controversy

Logan Paul revealed that Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson instructed him to erase all of their content together after Paul’s Japan suicide forest controversy.

When Paul was primarily a YouTuber in 2017, he shot a video in Japan’s Aokigahara forest, which is also known as the “suicide forest” since hundreds of people commit suicide there every year.

He and his pals were exploring the region when they came across a deceased man who had apparently committed suicide, and instead of being shocked, they made jokes about it.

Logan lost commercial prospects as a result of the video, and his YouTube account was temporarily deactivated.

Shortly after, the vlogger apologised and promised to do better, supposedly learning from his catastrophic error – but the repercussions are still felt today, especially after being dismissed by The Rock.

Paul discussed his bond with the movie star back when he was still making Vines in a recent interview with fellow YouTuber True Geordie.

They collaborated on a few sketches that went ‘crazy viral,’ and Paul claimed he was ‘afraid to see him’ because he didn’t live up to the image he had of him in his head.

In truth, he called Johnson “amazing” and stated he “gave me the time of day.” As a result, the events that followed the Japan incident were one of the “saddest moments” of his life.

“[I was] extremely low mentally, and I got a call from my publicist who also repped Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and she’s like, ‘Hey Dwayne’s asked that you remove every picture and video that you’ve done with him and maybe in the future the relationship can be reconciled but for now he basically wants nothing to do with you,’ which I also understood”