On New Year’s Eve, the 23-year-old YouTube star took to Twitter to reflect on his whirlwind of a year. In case you forgot, 2018 was the year he posted the video of a dead body in Japan’s suicide forest, lost a ton of business opportunities, and was decidedly canceled by most people on the internet.
Along with a video about his year, the influencer wrote, “2018. you son of a b–ch. What a year. So many lessons learned, so much GROWTH as a human being, i GUARANTEE this will be the most important year of my life… i could go on and on. Point is, we did it. Chapter closed. Dear 2019… Let’s get this f-n bread”
Of course, the tweet was met with praise from fans and insults from critics, but we were all shocked to see that, 16 days after the tweet was initially posted, the 22-year-old Netflix star decided to publicly show support for the vlogger by responding to his tweet with nothing but kind words about growth and adversity.
In a since-deleted tweet, the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before Actor responded by saying, “Beautiful man. It’s not just about overcoming adversity, it’s about overcoming yourself in the face of adversity. We can all learn a lot from this growth.”
One person wrote, “noah centineo really out here supporting logan paul….. i can’t believe I used to stan.”
Unsurprisingly, Noah removed his tweet soon after all the backlash began, probably because he realized that supporting someone so problematic could have a negative impact on his own career. We don’t know about you guys, but we’re just going to go ahead and pretend this never happened. Yikes!
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