• Logan Paul warned YouTuber Coffeezilla in a recent video, who published videos on Paul and his NFT project.
• Paul claims Coffeezilla’s statements against CryptoZoo were motivated by his desire to profit from his celebrity.
• Paul also pointed out Zack Kelling, an investigator allegedly working with Coffezilla, delayed justice, committed „several offences“ associated with armed robbery, and produced papers to support his allegations.
Social media personality Logan Paul recently took to YouTube to respond to Coffeezilla’s claims that his CryptoZoo NFT project was a „scam“. The exchange between the two YouTubers began when Coffeezilla, real name Stephen Findeisen, released a series of videos about Paul and his NFT project. Paul was quick to defend himself, and in his YouTube video, he noted that Findeisen had exploited his name for views and cash. He also accused Findeisen of making serious mistakes with real consequences.
Paul went on to allege that Zack Kelling, an investigator allegedly working with Findeisen, had committed „several offences“ associated with armed robbery, and had produced papers to support his allegations. Paul placed the blame on his own tendency to be overly trusting, and warned Findeisen that he was exposing himself to „very real implications“ by making such claims.
The video concluded with Paul strongly suggesting that Coffeezilla hire a lawyer, as the situation could have legal implications. Paul then urged viewers to make informed decisions and research projects before investing in them. The video was met with mixed reactions, with some viewers praising Paul for speaking out against Coffeezilla, while others criticized him for not doing enough to protect his audience from potential scams.