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Popular YouTuber Chris Monroe received backlash after releasing a video of himself kissing a woman he identified as his sister. The YouTuber is known for his pranks but fans felt this one went too far. Monroe isn't the only entertainer to receive backlash for a prank. In 2018 ,Logan Paul received backlash for posting a video of a dead body. A YouTube channel can be very lucrative, so while some see it as entertainment, others say these pranks are insensitive. Are YouTube pranks going too far?

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YouTube channels have become incredibly lucrative, so entertainers are constantly competing with each other and are trying to find the next big prank to increase their following. According to Forbes, YouTube stars like Logan Paul are racking in major cash from pranks, regardless on if they are inappropriate.

Logan Paul started his YouTube channel in 2015, but it didn’t take long for his channel to explode. He has over 18 million subscribers as of early 2019, and Forbes reports he had 2018 earnings of $14.5 million.
What does Logan Paul talk about? Plenty of pranks that shock viewers along with random topics that aren’t necessarily appropriate for our readers here at Forbes.
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Many who have watched the video find it disturbing and say Monroe went way too far.

Back in late 2017 and early 2018, Paul received major backlash after uploading a prank involving a dead body. Fans were so offended that he released a formal apology.

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