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Logan Paul takes a lie detector test

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Logan Paul, the famous American YouTuber, and internet personality turned 25 this month. He has had quite a career really. Starting from the then-popular video-sharing app vine to garnering a whole lot of following on his YouTube channel. He has appeared in many films as well. Amidst all that, he found a new passion for boxing as well. If you can’t recall who exactly he is, you might remember him from his suicide controversy. The video he shot of a dead body in the Japanese forest was removed within 24 hours. Also, YouTube removed his channel from the Google Preferred Programme as well.

Logan Paul’s new video

So in his new video, which was posted on his birthday, there’s a lot happening. Logan Paul and his friends are goofing around in his house. There are some major dunk scenes going on, some fail and some make you go wow. While some scenes just show the guys screaming at one another making you go “what?” Almost at the end, Logan Paul decides to tell us that he doesn’t trust his friends so much. He has got some questions going on his head and would like them answered. But the deal is that he wants the answers to be true.

Hence, he hooks his friends to a lie detector and the whole thing is pretty professional too. Some pressing questions that he had were about his artwork which he thinks was vandalized by one of his friends. Turns out, Logan’s doubts were undoubtedly true. Also, his assistant doesn’t like working for him and he doesn’t love Mike Majlak, his bestie. Pretty shocking discoveries for Logan Paul in this lie detector test, but a fun watch nonetheless.

Watch the entire video of Logan Paul and his friends below:

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