Using Bad Bunny As An Example Of Hypocrisy, Logan Paul Deflects Criticism

Beginning in 2021, Logan Paul said that he has decided to sell his California property and relocate to Puerto Rico, citing one of the reasons as being Puerto Rico’s lower tax rates. Logan Paul’s new documentary, “Aqu Vive Gente,” or “People Live Here,” which targets wealthy foreigners relocating to the island for tax incentives, drew criticism from Puerto Rican musician Bad Bunny.

In order to make it apparent that Logan is one of the people Bunny is alluding to, the documentary, which was broadcast on September 16, 2022, incorporates footage from the IMPAULSIVE podcast when discussing this subject. Paul has now addressed the matter with Philip DeFranco, even if he had yet to acknowledge the documentary and his inclusion.

In the YouTube video, Paul outlined the reasons why he can no longer ignore the “anti-Logan” sentiment and why Bad Bunny calling him out on it is “hypocritical.” “Bad Bunny is a Puerto Rican, living in Puerto Rico who is privately taking advantage of the same tax program that he is publicly condemning,” Paul began. “It hurts. And there are local Puerto Ricans who know about this.”

He continued by directly addressing the music video and documentary as well as how he is “surrounded by context that makes me look like a vulture in Puerto Rico. Again while I love Bad Bunny I cannot personally support the hypocritical nature of his exploitation.”

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