Logan Paul tasered a dead rat on YouTube this week, and PETA craves the video prohibited from the site.
The video, a back-to-business prank antic from the Jackass- like social media comedian, outlined the ire of the animal rights group Tuesday evening. Paul was at the center of an international dispute in January when he filmed an apparently dead body in Japan’s suicide forest for his YouTube comedy channel. Despite a remorseful comeback tour, Paul’s brash comedy is back on.
” This sort of content had not yet been place on YouTube or anywhere else, as it could desensitize young people to cruelty to animals ,” PETA Senior Vice President Lisa Lange told TMZ.” PETA is calling on the platform to remove it .”
While one can see how suffering even dead animals might inspire young intellects, as Paul’s devotees would note, the starring must like( living) animals because he regularly features his pet bird-dog and parrot on his demonstrate and is clearly affectionate toward them. Similarly, the vlog features Paul visibly distraught over the near-death of a fish in his coy pond.
” I’ve been taking the fattest Ls, bro ,” Paul says upon receiving his dying, swimming-sideways fish.
It’s all from a video in which he challenges another YouTube star to fight his dad.
Paul posted two other videos this week: A ” human on the street” gag where he asks students what they should be considered him, undercover, and a vlog about the working day he says his parachute didn’t open.
For his part, Paul seems confused by the recent commotion of tabloid attention.