Noah Centineo Is Facing Backlash For Supporting YouTuber Logan Paul

Noah Centineo at To All The Boys I've Loved Before premiere and Logan Paul at 2018 Emmys Party

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To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before star Noah Centineo is currently facing backlash for his recent support of YouTuber Logan Paul. His fans are pissed that Centineo is showing any signs of support toward the controversial YouTuber.

Paul, who has a trove of controversies, posted a video saying farewell to 2018. Paul tweeted that in the past year he has “so many lessons learned, so much GROWTH as a human being.”

The video is a montage of Paul’s 2018 and how he moved past his Suicide Forest video. The video is alluded to in the montage but never mentioned directly.

In a now-deleted tweet, Centineo quote retweeted Paul’s post and added his own two cents on Paul’s growth.

“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,” Centineo tweeted.

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Centineo received crazy backlash from his fans for supporting Paul.

https://twitter.com/Cryzayy/status/1085445017345368065

Paul has recently been receiving tons of backlash for joking that he would “go gay for just one month” this year. During the latest episode of his podcast, Impaulsive, Paul was rattling off his New Year’s resolutions.

“So out New Year’s resolutions … we’re vegan now, and we’re sober?” Paul asked his co-host Mike “Hey Big Mike” Majlak.

Majlak confirmed the resolution, “Just for the month.”

“January is sober vegan January. February is…” Paul inquired.

“Fatal February,” Majik joked. “We’re gonna go opposite. So day one, steaks, big bottles of Tito’s and s**T, just willin’ out.”

Their guest for the podcast, Brother Nature, asked what March would be.

“What is it, male only March?” Paul stated. “We’re gonna attempt to go gay for just one month.”

Paul tweeted an apology for his statement and invited GLAAD to come on his podcast.

Paul first made headlines at the beginning of 2018 for posting a YouTube video of himself finding a dead body in the “suicide forest” in Japan. Paul videotaped the dead body and only blurred out the face of the person. It was gross and truly disgusting.

Paul was dubbed canceled and the internet came after the YouTuber. He apologized and monetized his apology video and got dragged again.

Basically, Paul messes up and apologizes and that’s the cycle. Now with Centineo supporting Paul’s growth despite his recent homophobic statements and of course suicide video fans are not having it.

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