Instagram Golfer Paige Spiranac Hates Logan Paul

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SJ - December 10, 2020

Paige Spiranac discussed her hatred of Logan Paul on a recent episode of her podcast "Playing A Round."  The Instagram golf beauty says that the YouTube star's followers once sent her death threats and she hates him because of it.

Paige revealed the death threats while discussing the "money grab" that is Paul's upcoming boxing match with Floyd Mayweather.  She said the threats were made after she criticized Paul for his controversial video in Japan's "suicide forest."

From NY Post:

“I did an anti-bullying talk at a school and it was right after Logan Paul filmed a guy committing suicide in this forest,” Spiranac said. “It was a huge controversy and I was asked what I thought about it.

“I said, ‘If you have a large following of a younger viewing audience, you have to be careful with the content that you put out there.’ And I think he should have been punished more by YouTube or his sponsors or there needed to be some form of consequence bigger than what he got.

“And I ended up receiving death threats by all of these kids in that high school, that they were defending Logan Paul, and so ever since then I have hated him.

“Because if that’s the fan base he has, where you criticize him, you [are] literally going to have people attack you, not just silly stupid schoolboy bullying but horrible, horrible things, I just don’t think they are really good people.”

That's a pretty good reason to hate someone.  I mean Paul can't control the behavior of all of his followers, but it takes a special kind of asshole to send death threats on behalf of the person they follow.

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