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He wants an apology! Yahoo posted a picture of the wrong Logan when they were talking about looting charges and now he wants an apology. Logan Paul posted a picture of an article by Yahoo! Finance where the website was speaking about Jake Paul’s recent Arizona mall looting charges. However, they posted his picture on the article instead. Now, the celebrity demands an apology. “I demand an apology”, he wrote in his tweet and tagged Yahoo! as well. Interestingly, the article was there with the same wrong image for quite some time!
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Logan Paul Is Angry At Yahoo!
Logan Paul has been active during the Black Lives Matter protests happening across the United States. He made a remarkable speech on his recent Impulsive podcast, talking about anti-racism and telling white people to “weaponize” privilege for the betterment of society. The podcast episode was titled “America is racist”, and Paul felt ashamed for simply thinking that by staying “not racist” was enough.
He corrected his stance and said, “you have to be anti-racist. You condemn those who feign superiority because of the color of their skin.” His fans commended his actions and critics talked about him as well. To talk this even further, he named some victims of police brutality, people who lost lives at the hands of wrongful law enforcement.
“On behalf of Breonna Taylor, we must change. On behalf of Ahmaud Arbery, we must advance. And on behalf of George Floyd, and the hundreds of others who have been unjustly murdered in this country, we must evolve.”
Unfortunately for him, while he was trending on social media for all the right reasons, it was Yahoo! Finance who probably ruined things for him. Putting up a picture of him and associating an article over mall looting, in which his brother Jake is involved.
Well, another case of ‘to err is to human’, we guess?
i demand an apology @yahoo pic.twitter.com/3iBrSZvlRp
— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) June 5, 2020