Logan Paul Is Ending His Daily Vlog
30 April 2018, 11:03 | Updated: 30 April 2018, 11:57
The YouTuber began vlogging daily in September 2016
Logan Paul is ending his daily vlogs.
The YouTuber, who began daily vlogging in September 2016, announced the news on his YouTube channel this weekend. Explaining that he "wants to exercise his creativity in other ways," Logan reassured fans that he will always continue to vlog, just at a slower pace. "I am proud to say the vlog will never be finished as long as my heart stays thumping on this goddamn earth."
"YouTube is not my career," He continued. "This is a hobby. I hopped on this platform like two years ago. I have diversified, bro. I've got my tentacles spread out in a lot of industries."
Logan took a short social media break in January 2018 after the suicide forest controversy, but besides that he had vlogged daily since September 13th 2016.
Watch Logan announce the end of his daily vlogs below:
Why is Logan Paul ending his daily vlogs?
Logan Paul is one of the fastest-growing vloggers in YouTube history, with over 17 million subscribers and over 3 million views per day on average; and up until January 2018, he was pretty much YouTube's golden creator. But since the suicide forest controversy in January this year, Logan's growth on YouTube has stalled. When you also factor in the fact that Google removed Logan from their top-tier advertising list, and for a short while halted ads on his channel all together, It's likely that Logan has recognised that the YouTube honeymoon period is well and truly over, and is focussing on diversifying his output to protect his income moving forward - for example his upcoming fight with KSI and budding career as a Twitch livestreamer.