Logan Paul, 23, who was named among the world's highest-paid YouTube stars in 2018, saw a slowdown in views and subscriptions after he had filmed an apparent suicide victim in Japan's notorious "suicide forest".
The conversation, with Kelvin Pena, known as "Brother Nature", started with Paul and his co-host Mike Majlak asking their guest for his resolutions.
Paul, who is no stranger to controversy, made the freaky resolution on his podcast, ImPaulsive, after suggesting he could try "Fatal February", only drinking vodka and eating steak, following a dry and vegan January.
Paul then declared they would attempt "male-only March" and "go gay for just one month".
"Is fatal February", Majlak said, which means they will be eating sakes and drinking alcohol. "And then March - take a guess", Paul said. His fans were mostly confused, some downright hateful, meanwhile the actual LGBTQ community was both confused and honestly just kind of wishing he'd just go away instead of "going gay". "For one month, and then swing, and then go back", Majlak added.
Tweeted another individual: "Being gay isn't a choice, being gay isn't a phase, being gay shouldn't be used for a trend and subscribers". "It's so easy for anyone to be like, 'Logan Paul just ended his career, he's done.' But the only person who will ever decide whether that's true is me".
One year after his huge Suicide Forest scandal that almost ended his career for good, Logan is once again infuriating people online. "He continues to be an bad representation of the YouTube community and shows he truly has learned NOTHING over the a year ago".
While Paul thought he was making a joke, the internet thought otherwise.
"One user wrote on Twitter: "@LoganPaul you know that you have a choice to like...not make stupid comments like this?