Logan Paul has deleted his response video to Coffeezilla and apologized in an unexpected U-turn.
Logan Paul has deleted a video in which he threatened to sue internet detective Stephen “Coffeezilla” Findeisen over a three-part series in which Findeisen portrayed Paul’s CryptoZoo project as a “scam.”
Paul has promised to drop his threats to sue over the videos, according to Coffezilla in a Jan. 6 Twitter post.
Findeisen shared a screenshot from the CryptoZoo Discord server, as well as a message from Paul to a user, confirming he deleted his initial response to Coffeezilla’s video series and apologising:
“It was rash and misaligned with the trust issue at hand, so I called him today and apologized.”
“The conflict is not with Coffee. In fact, I’m grateful he brought this to my attention. “I will accept responsibility, apologise, and present a plan in the near future,” Paul added.
Paul’s Jan. 3 response video to Coffeezilla’s accusations had been removed from YouTube at the time of writing. The Twitter post pointing to the video, as well as his initial Dec. 23 post calling the allegations “not true,” are still up.
Coffeezilla launched the first of a three-part video series accusing CryptoZoo of numerous business malpractices while also calling out Paul — the project’s face — on December 17.
Paul accused Coffeezilla of defamation in his now-deleted response video, adding, “I’ll see you in court.”
Coffeezilla mentioned in his post that Paul may be “making a third response,” but at the time of writing, neither Paul nor Coffeezilla had provided any additional information.
Logan Paul and Stephen “Coffeezilla” Findeisen were contacted for comment by Cointelegraph but did not respond before publication.