YouTube suspended ad's from Logan Paul's channels, citing behavior in his videos that makes his content "unsuitable for brands," Variety.com reported.
On Dec. 31, Paul, 22, posted a video during his trip to Japan that included footage of a person who had died from a suicide. YouTube, a unit of Alphabet's Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) deleted it and apologized.
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More recently, Paul joked about taking the "Tide Pod challenge," which dares people to bite into the detergent capsules. In addition, he used a Taser on a dead rat in his most recent video, FOX Business reported.
"This is not a decision we made lightly," YouTube said in a statement Friday.
Representatives for Paul did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Variety.com.