Logan Alexander Paul is an American social media personality and YouTuber. He runs his YouTube channel which has over 23 million subscribers and apart from that, he has run the Impulsive podcast.
In this article, we will cover Logan Paul’s net worth after he suffered a loss of $3.5 million and many other details about him. Read the full article to know everything about the YouTube star.
What is the Net Worth of Logan Paul?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the estimated net worth of Logan Paul is $35 million. He lost a whopping amount of $3.5 million due to fake Pokemon Cards. He believed the loss from Pokemon Cards would be small but it turned out to be a significant figure. He also launched an energy drink recently named Prime Hydration with KSI which gathered rave reviews, it was sold out just within a few hours.
Logan Paul was born on April 1, 1995, in Westlake Ohio. He went to Westlake High School, got the ranks of The Plain Dealer’s All-Star linebacker on the football team back in 2012, and qualified for the state-level Ohio High School Athletic Association 2013 Division I Wrestling Individual Championships. He also has a sibling, a younger brother Jake, who is also an internet personality and YouTuber. At the age of 10, Paul started to create videos for a YouTube channel named Zoosh.
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In October 2015, Paul used to live in the same apartment complex on Hollywood and Vine in Hollywood, California as other social media stars including Juanpa Zurita, Amanda Cerny, and Andrew Bachelor, with his roommates Mark Dohner and Evan Eckenrode. This adjacency led to many collaborations on their videos. Paul and Eckenrode relocated to an estate in Encino, California in October 2017.
In Impulsive Episode 179, he announced his intention to run for President of the U.S. Paul said “2032 is the first year I can run, but it’s probably going to be when I’m a grown-ass man with lots of intelligence and wisdom. Around 2050-ish, let’s call it.”
In Impulsive Episode 198 with guest Carl Lentz, Paul talked about religion, and mentioned himself as “not overly religious”. He further stated that he was a Christian. Paul mentioned that he believes in a “creator”, but he doesn’t know what this role of creator would be in the lives of humans.
The episode attracted criticism toward Paul, who previously said that Jews have faith in Jesus as their god, before being corrected. He revealed in February 2021, that he will relocate to Dorado, Puerto Rico from Los Angeles. While mentioning the reason behind this decision, he revealed that the high taxes in California led him to take such a step. He then moved out and started residing in a mansion which he acquired for $13 million.
Paul announced in May 2020 that he was in a relationship with model Josie Canseco and the next month, he posted a video to his YouTube channel named “I Bought My Girlfriend A Horse.”
The duo eventually had a little conflict and he planned to make up for it by getting Josie, who loves horseback riding, her horse. The video features the duo riding 2 horses and Paul informing her that he acquired both the horses. Paul was seen stating “100% yours. Even if we break up, you can keep them.” Further, Paul is red-green colorblind.
A compilation of his work from Vine became a YouTube compilation video and was published and in April 2014, the video earned over 4 million views within the first week it was life. Soon after, he gained four million followers on Vine and later he was recruited to make paid videos for Pepsi, HBO, Virgin Mobile, and other companies.
In 2015, he became the tenth most influential Vine personality with his short videos which earned him hundreds of thousands of dollars. After Vine was shut down, he switched over to YouTube and started posting videos on his YouTube channel.
Today Paul’s videos have more than 5 billion views overall. At the time of writing this piece, he has more than 16 million followers on Instagram, 20 million subscribers on YouTube, and 15 million fans on Facebook.
KSI Boxing Matches
There must be very few people who are not aware of the differences between Paul and fellow YouTuber KSI. In August 2018, KSI and Logan organized a pay-per-view boxing match that was marketed as “the biggest internet event in history.”
After that, on November 9, 2019, a rematch was also held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and 2.25 million people watched the first fight live, with 1 million watching through pay-per-view and the rematch was watched by 1.2 million unlawfully via Twitch streams.
The fight was watched by 1.3 million viewers via PPV, and the revenue of approximately $13 million was made out of it. Perhaps, Logan and KSI made a total of nearly $2 million each before taxes from the match after including all other sources such as merchandise.
Paul and KSI, each was assured at least $900,000 for the second fight. The aggregate earnings from the second fight reportedly topped $3 million each and it was broadcasted by boxing company DAZN USA.
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Floyd Mayweather Boxing Match
On June 6, 2021, Paul fought against Floyd Mayweather in a professional boxing match. Reportedly, he negotiated a deal in which he would earn a base salary of $250,000 and in addition, he would also be eligible to get 10% of Pay Per View profits. Floyd was allegedly supposed to receive $10 million to appear and further, he was also entitled to a jaw-dropping 50% of the PPV profits.
Paul said that he would earn at least $20 million from the bout and Mayweather said he would earn around $50 million.
Around 1 million people bought the fight in reality. So, Mayweather made nearly $35 million and Paul made nearly $5.25 million.
Suicide Forest Controversy
Logan posted a video on his YouTube channel that he had shot on December 31, 2017, at Aokigahara at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan. This region is usually called the suicide forest since it is a place where several people have visited to attempt suicide. His video featured a dead body hanging from a tree.
Just within 24 hours, the video gathered 6.3 million views. This video led to many online petitions requesting YouTube delete Logan’s channel. As a result of this, Logan deleted the video from his YouTube channel and also released a written apology via Twitter the next day of uploading the video.
A statement was also issued by YouTube on January 9, via their Twitter account criticizing his video. YouTube announced on January 10 stating that it was removing Logan’s channels from its preferred ad program, Google Preferred. He was also removed from the YouTube Red series “Foursome.” After that, Logan donated $1 million to suicide prevention agencies.
In early 2018, YouTube dismissed all advertising on Logan’s channels because of his “pattern of behavior.” YouTube was particularly indicating Paul participating in the Tide Pod challenge, the time he took out of his pond to, in his terms, “jokingly give it CPR,” and the time he filmed himself utilizing a taser gun on 2 dead rats.
At that time, he earned zero revenue from his page views. After two weeks, YouTube reinstated ads on his channel. But he was still kept on probation for 90 days, and during the period, his channel and its content weren’t entitled to appear on the trending tab on YouTube.
Later, in January 2019, Paul stated a bit on his podcast, “What is it, male-only March? … We’re gonna attempt to go gay for just one month.” There was extensive condemnation targeted at Paul for his statements, particularly that he suggested that being homosexual is a choice.
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