Logan Paul dealt with a serious amount of backlash from fans and other celebrities after sharing not one, but two very controversial videos of a previous trip to Japan. After taking a short break from vlogging and social media, Logan made his return to YouTube with a brand new video that explains to all his subscribers and fans, how he wants to use his platform to shed light on a very important issue.
His return also mean he’s gone back to somewhat posting about his daily life on Twitter and Instagram, as fans noticed with his new tweet. Logan shared with fans that he’s been taking some skydiving lessons. During his jump from the plane, his first parachute didn’t open — something that’s never happened to another student in that school. Talk about frightening. He wrote, “here’s a photo of my empty pack after i had to cut away my main parachute bc it didn’t open. i can tell you — the feeling of the blue reserve parachute opening & functioning properly was miraculous. this has never happened to another student before at this school. LP lives on.”
here’s a photo of my empty pack after i had to cut away my main parachute bc it didn’t open— Logan Paul (@LoganPaul) February 2, 2018
i can tell you — the feeling of the blue reserve parachute opening & functioning properly was miraculous
this has never happened to another student before at this school. LP lives on 🙂 pic.twitter.com/p6if9Gg5hn
Yikes! That’s definitely something that would discourage someone from skydiving. Luckily Logan was with a professional and the school readies their students with a backup incase something like this were to ever happen. Needless to say fans were worried, but it seems like this situation will be part of his next video. On his Instagram stories, the social media star explained that the instructor wears a camera during the jump and that he will be including the filmed footage on his next vlog.
Looks like fans will be able to see what exactly happened whenever he shares the next video. Though something like that definitely has to have him thinking twice about skydiving again.