Logan Paul Net Worth (2022 UPDATED), Suicide Forest Controversy & So on…

Welcome back Fam! Today we are discussing this famous actor and YouTuber Logan Paul. Other than being such a famous actor he is also a very popular boxer. The approximate net worth of Logan Paul is $35 million.

His youtube channel has currently crossed a total of 23 million subscribers. He is one of the highest-paid YouTubers all over the world and has also grown and seen a lot of failures in all these years.

Logan Paul also has his clothing line other than his YouTube presence. His clothing line is known as Maverick Apparel. The launch of this clothing line has become a huge success for him and he has been doing great business in this.

Logan had more than 40 million dollars in sales just in the first nine months of starting his business. He also has been a host of a podcast since November 2018. Logan along with his brother Jake had switched from being a complete newcomer to a professional boxing champion in these several years.

So for all the fans who are curious to know about the net worth of Logan Paul, we have gathered everything for you to know. So keep on reading further to know how much is your favorite star worth?

Logan Paul Childhood

Logan was born on 1st April 1995 in Ohio. He was named Logan Alexander Paul since his birth. He has a younger brother named Jake Paul, who is a famous star of social media. When Logan was 10 years old he started his YouTube channel named Zoosh and there he started uploading content for his YouTube channel. 

With time he was a famous standout linebacker for his football team at Westlake Lake High School into 2012. Other than being a wonderful wrestler in high school he also has a degree in mechanical engineering from Ohio University.

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He had grown his social media following from 900 in 2013 to 1.5 million in 2014. He gained most of his following just through Vine and had created an online presence for himself. Later on, he dropped out of his college in 2014 to start a new journey with his girlfriend in Los Angeles.

Logan Paul Career

He had made a vine compilation video and had published it on youtube back in his starting days. To his utter surprise, more than 4 million people had seen his Vine videos just in the first week of his upload in April 2014.

Gradually he had gained more than 4 million followers just on Vine and he was even hired to produce such paid Vine videos for Pepsi and HBO. In 2015 he got the rank in the top 10 most prominent Vine personalities. From there he has been earning millions of dollars per video shot. After the vine shutdown, Logan has shifted all his shows to YouTube and has started growing in that.

Logan Paul Net Worth
Logan Paul Net Worth

Approximately a total of 5 billion people have seen his videos so far. He has more than 20 million subscribers on YouTube and more than 20 million followers on Instagram and more than 15 million followers as of now,

Suicide Forest Controversy

On 31st December 2017, Paul had shared a video on his YouTube channel regarding the suicides that happened in Mount Fuji Japan. He had filmed the details and had shared them on his YouTube channel as the high number of suicides had taken place in that area. The area was referred to as the suicide forest.

All the bodies of people could be seen hanging from trees in the video clip of Paul. That video got a total of 6.3 million views in just 24 hours. Several people had demanded YouTube to remove this video from his channel as that was not very pleasant for anyone.

On 1st January 2018, Paul himself littered the view video from his YouTube channel and also had shared a public apology via his Twitter. YouTube, later on, condemned Paul’s video on January 9 through their Twitter account. Later on, Paul’s Channel was removed from the preferred ad program of YouTube. 

In February 2018 Logan Paul had also received one more YouTube suspension because of showing a video of him removing a fish from the pond and giving them CPR jokingly, also showing some dead rats. Paul has been a lot famous as a boxer for his pay-per-view boxing match which was held on 25th August 2018 between him and the YouTuber KSI.

Logan Paul’s Net Worth

Logan Paul has always chosen a different path for all of his decisions. He has been seen monetizing each YouTube video of his. He has earned millions through YouTube only. For example, he is always remembered for a popular video boxing match he had with KSI.

A total of 1 million people had watched this video and this entire match had gained the revenue of 13 million dollars. As per the reports, KSI and Logan both took a total of 2 million dollars each after the fight. Later on, a rematch was also held for this game on 9th November 2019 at Los Angeles where both KSI and Logan were promised $9 million each. 

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Other than that he has a lot of merchandise sales and he can easily earn $3 million or more from any rematch as of 1st August. Logan had a total net worth of $25 million and the revenue generated from YouTube is not their only income of his. He also has a lot of other businesses going on to gain profits from.

The list includes acting, hosting, singing, and podcasts. This further means that he has been earning constantly a good amount of revenue which would be more than $10 million in these past years.

For example, he had earned a total of 12.5 million dollars in 2016, a total of 12 million dollars in 2017, 14.5 million dollars in 2018, and 10 million dollars in 2019. The maximum amount of earnings Lohas has is from his brand endorsements. Some of the brands he had endorsed are HBO, Pepsico, Hanes, and a lot more.

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