Keemstar claims it's 'impossible' to be offended by Logan Paul 'going gay'

Logan Paul Says He Plans To 'Go Gay' For A Month, But Twitter Users Aren't Amused

Watch the YouTuber and his friends discuss this Logan Paul gay plan here (start at 3:30):What do you think of this Logan Paul gay new year's resolution plan?

Earlier this week on the YouTube star's Impaulsive podcast, co-host Mike "Hey Big Mike" Majlak said the two are going "sober and vegan" for the month of January.

Paul said: "What is it, male-only March?"

"We're going to attempt to go gay for just one month", he added.

YouTuber Logan Paul has faced a backlash after suggesting he could "go gay for a month" as part of a string of New Year's resolutions. For February, he and his friends are doing the opposite, calling it "Fatal February", which will involve eating and drinking unhealthily.

"Logan Paul "going gay" is disrespectful to the LGBTQ community it makes it look like being a gay is a choice which homophobic a-holes use as a attack on the gay community can we leave this a-hole in 2018 thank u, next", another critic commented on the social media platform.

Tweeted another individual: "Being gay isn't a choice, being gay isn't a phase, being gay shouldn't be used for a trend and subscribers".

Another person tweeted: "Tbh why haven't we cancelled him yet?" "Grow up Logan Paul".

This latest scandal follows Paul's highly controversial vlog from early 2018 by almost a year, where the YouTuber filmed the body of a suicide victim in Japan's Aokigahara 'Suicide Forest'.

Response to this "Logan Paul gay plan" has been mixed. "He's a moron who thinks joking about going gay is amusing", another said.

The comment did not sit well with fans, who slammed Paul for insulting the LGBTQ+ community.

The pair were reported to have made £150 million ($192m) from the bout, which many branded as a sham.