Logan Paul Reflects On The Japan Video 10 Months Later: 'I Should Have Felt Empathy'

Logan Paul Reflects On The Japan Video 10 Months Later: 'I Should Have Felt Empathy'

Logan Paul is still trying to redeem himself, 10 months after posting his now infamous video from Japan.

In a new feature story with The Hollywood Reporter, the 23-year-old influencer opened up about his lack of empathy at the time, and the hate he still gets. Check it:

On the moment he found the body in the forest: “My first feeling was just dis-f*ckingbelief. I should have felt empathy. I should have been like, ‘Hey, this is wrong. Let’s not do what we’re doing.’”

On his now ex-girlfriend Chloe Bennet predicting what was going to happen during the trip: “She wanted to stay in one hotel, I wanted to stay in a different hotel. [I] just wanted my space…She’s like, ‘Yo, this behavior is going to bite you in the ass. I don’t know how, I don’t know when, but you’re going to crash and burn.’”

On how he feels about being hated: “I was so used to people liking me. But being hated? I hate it. I hate being hated!”

For more from Logan, visit HollywoodReporter.com.

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Photos: THR/Christopher Patey
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