Logan Paul caused worldwide backlash after posting a YouTube video showing a dead body in Japan's "suicide forest" —and now, he's hoping for a second chance.

"Everyone deserves second chances, bro," he told TMZ reporters, before confirming that another message regarding the scandal is in the works. "It's coming. Absolutely, soon."

According to a statement from a YouTube spokesperson via the Hollywood Reporter, Logan has been removed from the Google Preferred program. It's a program that lets brands work with the top five percent of YouTube creators and sell ads on their videos.

"In light of recent events, we have decided to remove Logan Paul’s channels from Google Preferred. Additionally, we will not feature Logan in season four of Foursome. and his new Originals are on hold," she said.

This means that the upcoming The Thinning sequel with Peyton List, New World Order, might be up in the air. However, he is not actually banned from the platform itself.

The original video got millions of views before it was removed from the internet. After thousands of hate tweets he got on social media from celebrities and fans, he apologized for his actions – claiming he did it for suicide prevention. Although, that doesn't change the fact that millions of viewers (many being children) could have been intensely affected by the footage they saw.

"Where do I begin. Let's start with this. I'm sorry," Logan wrote on Twitter after the controversial video swept the internet.

"I intended to raise awareness for suicide and suicide prevention and while I thought 'if this video saves just ONE life, it'll be worth it,' I was misguided by shock and awe, as portrayed in the video. I still am," he added. The tweet was then followed by a second apology, in which he explained on camera that he regrets what he did. And for the fans who are sticking up for him, he doesn't want anyone coming to his defense about this.