Radio 1 strip of Logan Paul interview

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Radio 1 has pulled an interview with the youtube user Logan Paul.

There was a lot of criticism when it was announced that he was going to appear on Charlie Sloth’s show on Thursday night.

Logan Paul caused controversy earlier this year by filming the body of an apparent suicide of the victim of one of his vlogs, and since then has apologized.

Radio 1 tweeted: “After listening again to the interview we do not believe that is correct.”

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Charlie Sloth spoke on the topic in its programme last night.

“We have listened again to the interview we did with Logan and even though it was only part of a broad program of piece, we do not believe that is correct.

“So, we’ve decided that we’re not going to run”.

When the Radio 1 shared a teaser clip of the interview had a lot of reaction in social networks.

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Charlie Sloth previously criticized the American users of youtube to publish the video, from the Aokigahara forest in Japan, which is known to be a frequent site of suicides.

In January, the DJ chose him as ‘Wally of the Week’ on his Radio 1/ 1Xtra show on The 8th.

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“Millions and millions of people around the world to seek out Logan Paul, including loads of young people.

“My children are some of these young people – look to Logan Paul as a superstar,” he said.

“Fam, let’s face it, are an absolute wally.”

The users of youtube apologized again later in January, through the publication of a video about suicide awareness, and pledging to donate $ 1 million (£700,000) for prevention groups.

Some of the users of social networks say they should be forgiven.

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