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Logan Paul has finally explained why he no longer uploads videos on YouTube - six months after his last was posted on the platform.
The older Paul brother has 23 million subscribers on his main channel but hasn't uploaded since June, before his boxing match with Floyd Mayweather.
He's still stayed in the spotlight thanks to his IMPAULSIVE podcast and younger sibling Jake's boxing career, but Paul thinks his time on YouTube is done.
"When you are yourself, the platform that you’re on, because of the advertisers, because of public sentiment, whatever it is, no longer wants to support you."
Paul went the distance with Mayweather six months ago and rumours have suggested he could be fighting Mike Tyson next.
There's no official word yet however as Paul hunts for his first win in the sport.
He was defeated by fellow YouTuber KSI back in 2019 before taking on Mayweather.
Paul has recently claimed 'Money' is yet to actually pay him for their exhibition bout.
His brother, meanwhile, is now 5-0 after defeating former UFC star Tyron Woodley by knockout two weeks ago.
Jake has now beaten Woodley twice as well as UFC alumni Ben Askren, former NBA point guard Nate Robinson and AnEsonGib.
He's continued to trade words with UFC president Dana White while trying to organise fights with Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz.
It's seen many start to give the 'Problem Child' some credit and Logan took that one step further in a recent interview.
Logan said: "You know what they've been saying? They've been saying this: our great grandparents had Muhammad Ali, our parents had Mike Tyson, and we have Jake Paul."
Jake then added: "When I sat with Mike Tyson on his podcast, bro, he's so smart and wise and he was sitting next to me for like 20 minutes just preaching knowledge.
"And he goes, 'Bro, you're the GOAT, January 17th people are not to be messed with.' When I told him my birthday, he was like, 'Oh my god.'"
Featured Image Credit: Logan Paul/Instagram
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