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Logan Paul Calls Out KSI for Sexual Abuse Comments Following Press Conference

by Vincent Genova

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Logan Paul has called out KSI for comments he made during the UK press conference promoting their fight on August 25.

In a new video, Logan gives the reason he left early from the conference and brought up KSI's controversial history involving explicit language towards women.

The press conference was cut short due to Paul walking off the stage without speaking, and now Paul is claiming he walked off in part due to trying to improve himself following the suicide forest video.

This is why I’m falling back from the shit talking. KSI you are the exact person that I’m working hard not to become. I made an unforgivable mistake back in January and no one is ever going to forget that. That is a part of my life now.

I am the one at the end of every single day who has to look in the mirror and ask myself, what the f**k went wrong in my life that I thought that was a good idea? So the further and further I can get away from the Logan Paul who did that atrocious act, and thought that was a good idea, the better.

Paul continued on his reasoning for leaving early, saying that KSI’s language towards Chloe Bennet, Logan’s girlfriend, crossed a line.

Logan read a message he claims was sent to KSI a week before the press conference, in which KSI was warned to not make comments on Bennet in exchange for Logan not mentioning the reason KSI lost his Microsoft contract. The message can be seen below.

According to Logan, the KSI comments about Chloe were enough to break the agreement. He then showed various clips of KSI using demeaning language towards women.

Paul then addressed KSI:

Women have a choice, right? You know sometimes they don’t like those comments, I feel like you should have learned that from what happened six years ago. You know what I’m talking about, right? When you lost everything because you were disgusting towards women.

Logan then showed a quick clip of himself deleting his own music video “No Handlebars,” which contained offensive language towards women.

This year I’m learning from my mistakes and honestly [KSI], I’m disappointed that you haven’t.

The full video can be seen below.