Gird your loins, the documentary that only a handful of people asked for is on its way courtesy of controversial internet personality Logan Paul.
The 23-year-old made the announcement via a vlog on his popular YouTube channel where he said:
“[I’m] actually filming a documentary about everything that’s happened this year, all the stuff that went down in January, where I was at in my life and kind of the psyche of what actually happened.”
He is, of course, referring to the video he posted earlier this year where he and his mates found a dead body in Japan’s Aokigahara Forest (also known as “Suicide Forest”).
The doco will also give us a look inside his upbringing (which will hopefully provide some answers as to why he is how he is), and a trip to his Ohio hometown.
“I visited the high school wrestling team. Gave a little speech to the kids.”
“Look, bottom line is kids nowadays need inspiration,” the YouTube star tells the camera in the preview, before addressing the wrestling team. “They need people to look up to, people to motivate them.”
Finally, he gives us the lowdown on his upcoming boxing match against fellow YouTuber KSI in August at Manchester Arena.
“August 25th is gonna be rough for you,” he tells KSI in the clip. “Honestly guys, I came to a realisation lately. He’s been doing a lot of talking. I’ve been doing a lot of talking. I think I’m gonna take a step back a little bit because I’m extremely confident and I’m at the point where I’m gonna let my actions speak for me now. By actions I mean my fists.”
Cop the announcement below. Or not, whatever.