Logan Paul backflips on defamation lawsuit against Coffeezilla, apologizes

YouTuber Logan Paul has deleted a video through which he threatened to sue web detective Stephen “Coffeezilla” Findeisen over a three-part collection that painted Paul’s CryptoZoo challenge as a “rip-off.”

According to Coffezilla in a Jan. 6 Twitter submit, Paul has promised to drop his threats of submitting a defamation lawsuit over the movies. 

Sharing a screenshot from the CryptoZoo Discord server, Findeisen additionally confirmed a message from Paul to person confirming he deleted his preliminary response to Coffeezilla’s video collection and apologized, which learn:

“It was rash and misaligned with the belief difficulty at hand, so I known as him at this time and apologized.”

“The battle isn’t with Coffee. In reality, I’m grateful he introduced this to mild. I might be taking accountability, apologizing, and coming ahead with a plan within the close to future,” Paul added.

At the time of writing, Paul’s Jan. 3 response video to Coffeezilla’s accusations has been faraway from YouTube. The Twitter post pointing to the video continues to be up as is his preliminary Dec. 23 post calling the allegations “Not true.”

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The two YouTubers started a confrontation after Coffeezilla launched the primary of a three-part video collection on Dec. 17 alleging CryptoZoo of quite a few enterprise malpractices whereas additionally calling out Paul — the face of the challenge.

In his now-deleted response video to Coffeezilla, Paul haaccused Coffeezilla of defamation, including “I’ll see you in courtroom.”

Coffeezilla talked about in his submit that Paul is presumably “making a third response,” however on the time of writing neither Paul nor Coffeezilla has shed any additional mild on the matter.

Cointelegraph reached out to Logan Paul and Stephen “Coffeezilla” Findeisen for remark however didn’t obtain a response earlier than publication.