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Noah Centineo Defending Logan Paul Proves His Twitter Has Gone Too Far

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It’s been known that Noah Centineo‘s Twitter is a national tragedy. Like, seriously, what the f*ck is this:

If I wanted to be lied to by a hot guy on the internet, I would re-download Tinder.

Noah’s Twitter has gone from mildly annoying to legitimately concerning after Noah defended disgraced YouTuber Logan Paul to his 1.48 million followers, most of whom are young girls and teenagers. Noah has since deleted the tweet, but nothing is ever really gone on the internet:

Noah’s tweet was in response to a year-end recap Logan posted about how much he’s ~grown~ in the past year and how he’s going to “get this fkn bread” in 2019. Seeing as the minute-long video is roughly 70% footage of him boxing or talking about boxing or preparing to box, I’m going to go out on a limb and say Logan has learned approximately nothing from the backlash he’s recieved this year for making fun of suicide victims and putting video footage of their dead bodies on the internet. Just in case we’ve forgotten why we all hate him. Oh, also, remember how literally a week ago he said he was going to “go gay” for a month? Really sounds like someone who grew a lot this year.

In the words of fellow YouTuber Joey Graceffa‘s partner (and Instagram influencer) Daniel Preda: “Logan Paul Joking about being gay ‘for one month’ while countless LGBT+ around the world are killed & committing suicide for their sexuality is disgusting. He continues to be an awful representation of the YouTube community & shows he truly has learned NOTHING over the last year.”

Couldn’t have said it better myself.

Oh, and Jake is also highkey racist:

Right, so now that we’ve gone on this horrible trip down memory lane, back to the problem at hand. “Internet Boyfriend” Noah apparently has a very selective memory and retweeted Logan’s video congratulating him for his growth and calling him a “beautiful man.” Pretty sure the only thing we have to learn from Logan is how to lose a Disney Channel TV show and corrupt tweens, but okay.

Twitter is, understandably, unhappy:

Like, will I be watching Noah’s new “fake boyfriend probably falls in love with Camila Mendes” Netflix movie The Perfect Date this summer? Yes. Because of this :

And also this:

But, like, I’m not going to be ~happy~ about it. Here’s hoping that everyone unfollows Noah on Twitter until he apologizes (instead of just deleting his post and acting like nothing happened, you know, like a coward) and starts acting like a normal human person instead of a Quote-A-Day calendar.

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