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South Park roasts Logan Paul and Prime in incredible new episode

Dan Lipscombe

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South Park roasts Logan Paul and Prime in incredible new episode

Featured Image Credit: Comedy Central/Logan Paul

In their latest special, South Park has taken aim at Logan Paul and his energy and hydration drink Prime. And he seemed to enjoy it.

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Riffing on his high-energy promotion for Prime, the show created a spoof showing Logan doing a variety of ridiculous pieces to the camera promoting ‘Cred’ the show’s version of Prime. Logan Paul seemed to love the spoof so much that he recreated the in-show advert and thanked the South Park creators.

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I never quite understood the Prime excitement. I have two teenage daughters who both enjoy the ‘content’ of Logan Paul’s business partner KSI. I had to watch as each of them became somewhat obsessed with Prime for a solid two weeks, hunting out every flavour, and paying ridiculous sums for shiny bottles. Thankfully they’ve moved on.

Both Logan Paul and KSI have appeared seemingly everywhere to promote the drink, including both the UFC and WWE, the latter of which Logan is currently actively taking part in and is the United States Champion.

It’s no surprise that South Park took aim at the drink and Paul. The drink is heavily marketed to children, despite the caffeine content - one can contains the same amount of caffeine as two Red Bulls, or six cans of Coca-Cola. Despite the poking fun from South Park - it wasn’t a particularly sharp barb from the show - Logan has said in a recent interview that the comedy bit was the “accomplishment of my life.”

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To be fair, his frame-by-frame recreation is genuinely funny and a clever marketing move given that his tweet including the video has garnered over 2.9 million views. It seems there’s no slowing down for the man who started out on YouTube and now wears many hats making him a multi-millionaire.

Topics: TV And Film

Dan Lipscombe
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