• Logan Paul has dropped his threat of a lawsuit against YouTube journalist Coffeezilla after being accused of running a crypto investment scam.
• Coffeezilla had released a 3-part documentary series accusing Logan Paul of running a crypto scam with CryptoZoo, a game where users were supposed to earn NFTs.
• Coffeezilla tweeted last weekend that Paul had called him and said he was dropping the lawsuit threats and hopes Paul “takes accountability and refunds the victims of CryptoZoo.”
Logan Paul, the popular influencer and professional wrestler, has dropped his threat of a lawsuit against YouTube journalist Coffeezilla over accusations that he was running a crypto investment scam. The accusations stemmed from a 3-part documentary series released by Coffeezilla which accused Paul of running a crypto scam with CryptoZoo, a game where users were supposed to earn NFTs.
In response to the documentary, Paul posted a seven-minute video on his personal Discord server, threatening to take legal action against Coffeezilla. However, after a conversation between the two, Paul deleted the video and issued an apology. In a tweet posted last weekend, Coffeezilla confirmed that Paul had called him, saying he was dropping the lawsuit threats and hoped Paul “takes accountability and refunds the victims of CryptoZoo.”
Paul has yet to provide any details on what his plan entails, or whether victims of the alleged scam will ever get compensated. There has been no comment from Paul since the apology and it is unclear whether he will address the situation further. Coffeezilla’s documentary has been viewed over 7.6 million times, and it remains to be seen how the situation will play out.