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Logan Paul’s ridiculous bedroom in $7 million mansion revealed

Published: 16/Oct/2019 12:36 Updated: 16/Oct/2019 15:27

by Jacob Hale


Mike Majlak, co-host of Logan Paul’s ImPaulsive podcast, has shown off Logan’s impressive bedroom in his $7 million mansion in a video published on October 15, 2019.

Mike Majlak, also known as Big Mike, is the Marketing Manager at Lovesac and the Marketing Director of Paul’s Maverick brand but has also become a regular fixture of any Logan Paul content.

But, on his own channel, Mike creates a variety of videos including a series called The Night Shift, in which he provides a weekly recap of everything going on in their universe.

ImPaulsive/YouTubeMajlak co-hosts the ImPaulsive podcast, which has 1.78m subscribers on YouTube.

In episode number 20 of The Night Shift Majlak, amongst other things, he gave a tour of Logan Paul’s $7 million mansion, walking through his bedroom, huge walk-in closet and impressive bathroom.

Walking into Paul’s bedroom, immediately greeted by the YouTuber posing at the end of his bed, content is clearly the key here. They immediately take to a corner of the room on a solemn note, specifying that this is the corner where his pet parrot Maverick would live in its cage.

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After paying their respects to the late parrot, Majlak brings viewers to the “Counter of Broken Dreams,” featuring things that had been chewed up by Ginger and Broly, including an antique toy car left to Paul by his grandpa.

Mike then gave a brief overview of the room; exposed beams, wooden walls, and a huge bed in which Logan claims he “used to have sex” but no longer does as his coach told him not to 30 days prior to his boxing match against KSI.

Paul then gives a rundown of his walk-in closet, featuring exclusive Off-White sneakers, multiple items of Gucci clothing and “the kid doesn’t even wear any of it”.

Paul then references a drawer he has in his closet saying that he’s been “collecting the stuff that girls leave when they come over,” before giving a quick run-through of some of the items in the drawer.

Though neither Paul or Majlak delve into the costs of the bedroom, it’s relatively easy to assume that in a $7m house, this was likely a costly investment to get the room exactly how he wants it.

Logan and Mike are expecting to be back in action with the ImPaulsive podcast fairly soon, but firstly all eyes are on Paul’s upcoming fight against KSI on November 9.


Twitch removes “Blind Playthrough” stream tag after backlash

Published: 5/Dec/2020 18:14

by Daniel Cleary


Twitch has introduced a new change to the stream tags on channels, which has completely removed the “Blind Playthrough” tag from the site following criticism around the language used.

It can often be difficult to get discovered as a new Twitch streamer, with thousands of other content creators broadcasting on the site at any one time.

Twitch has previously introduced tags to address this issue in 2018, which can be added to a streamer’s channel and can be used by viewers for filtering their searches to find what they’re looking for.

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The Blind Playthrough tag no longer shows on Twitch.

While the usual tags often include information such as language and type of content, one tag that was used for those playing a game for the first time was the “Blind Playthrough” tag.

The tag would indicate that the streamer had not seen any spoilers or that they do not know much about the title’s gameplay and features before playing it.

However, in a recent tweet, Twitch’s community director Erin ‘Aureylian’ Wayne highlighted that they have removed the tag from the site, following criticism around the choice of words used, with some suggesting that the language was ableist.

“Happy to see Twitch has listened to everyone who shared feedback and removed the ‘Blind Playthrough’ tag to encourage more inclusive language for our community,” she added.

While the “Blind Playthrough” tag has been removed from the database, the Twitch director urged streamers to make use of the “First Playthrough” and “No Spoilers” tags in its place.

The term “Blind Playthrough” was central to a discussion on ableist language sparked by AbleGamers COO Steven Spohn earlier in the year and now Twitch has acted in response.

While Twitch’s latest change has been met with some positive responses so far, some users have argued the need for the change, highlighting that “Blind” has two official definitions.

However, Twitch has remained firm on their stance, and streamers will simply need to use an alternative tag while streaming spoiler-free gameplay.