CLEVELAND, OHIO: Kevin Hart was invited to a recent edition of Logan Paul’s podcast ‘Impaulsive’ where Paul expressed how glad he was that many celebrities like Hart and Dwayne Johnson enabled him and countless others to grow in the industry.
However, after this statement, Hart asserted that Dwayne Johnson would never appear on Paul’s show.
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Dwayne Johnson and Logan Paul were once thought of as pals, working together on YouTube videos and even preparing for other significant ventures.
But when Paul and his friends visited Japan’s Suicide Forest, things started to fall apart for him. The video was heavily criticized and both he and his family were affected by it.
What happened between Dwayne Johnson and Logan Paul?
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Logan Paul’s investigation of the Aokigahara forest in a YouTube video sparked significant controversy, which finally led Dwayne Johnson to cut ties with Paul.
Johnson announced that he would not collaborate with Paul again following the horrible incident. Paul eventually apologized for his actions, but the damage had already been done.
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Kevin Hart’s take on Dwayne Johnson-Logan Paul friendship
During the podcast, Hart said, “The one thing you guys should definitely realize that I think the one thing that we should clear up right away is Dwayne would never do this because he’s not.”
He further added, “He’s not the same type of person right and I’m not calling him a bad person, in no way shape or form, but we’re saying stuff without saying.”
What was the Aokigahara forest incident all about?
In 2018, Paul filmed the infamous Aokigahara forest, also known as the ‘Suicide Forest’, in Japan. Paul and his crew wandered around the forest until they found a dead body hanging from one of the trees. Bewildered by the sight, Paul began making jokes about the deceased man
The video, intended to be part three of Paul’s ‘Tokyo Adventure’ vlog series, garnered 6.3 million views within 24 hours. However, after a severe backlash on social media, Paul’s video was taken down for being “disgusting” and “disrespectful.”
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