Logan Paul’s $3.5 million box of Pokemon cards turned out to be fake

Logan Paul feels more than embarrassed after spending millions on fake Pokémon cards…

The deal has been called the “biggest scam” in Pokémon history…

Fans and pundits have been skeptical of buying it since its announcement…

Now Logan Paul is one of the most famous YouTubers…

He first started sharing his videos on Vine, but soon moved to Facebook and YouTube as his popularity soared. But lately he’s been known for stepping into the ring with fighters far more experienced than himself…

His YouTube fan base continues to grow…

With 18.8 million for Logan Paul Vlogs and 5.8 million for The Official Logan Paul, he’s obviously doing just fine. something right.

However, he is known for his controversial videos…

Most shocking is the video he posted of him finding a dead body in Japan’s Aokigahara Forest, also known as the “Suicide Forest”. Many said that this would be the end of his career.

He has since apologized for releasing the video and for his reaction to the discovery of the body.

The YouTuber has had quite a bit of controversy in recent years and his channel seems to actually aim to stir up controversy. Paul’s video includes radical stunts, nasty jokes, and the charm of what could be called a “titular fraternity boy”.

Paul’s ego is clearly way too big…

But it looks like he was confused after being scammed with some pretty expensive Pokemon cards…

But people seem to think that everything was planned…

via facebook

Logan Paul shared on his YouTube channel that he and his friend Bolillo Lajan Sun, who is also a famous card collector, met to make an exchange.

They later went to check the cards after Paul spent a whopping $3.5 million on what turned out to be G.I. Joe cards, not first edition Pokémon cards as he thought.

They received the bad news after meeting with the baseball card exchange in Chicago, but many experts questioned the validity of the cards when he first bought them.

In the video, the team examined a box that appeared to be genuine until they opened it and discovered that Paul had indeed been scammed.

As soon as the box was opened, Paul screamed, “Oh my God, bro.” Understandably, he was shocked. “GI JOE?? GI JOE?!?! It could have been anything else.”

One of the authenticators added: “This is the biggest scam in the history of Pokémon.”

This is devastating for Paul, as he could make a fortune by reselling the box. Not that he needs…

“I’m a super positive person, bro,” Paul said. “And I will always look on the bright side, and I try, but it’s very difficult.”

“It’s sad for the Pokémon community, like how many scam things are there?” he added. “I am grateful for what I have now. For example, I imagine my Charizard in my head, like, “Oh my God, holy shit, something real, something real, worth a lot of money!”

“We screwed up. End of story.”

However, it looks like he will get his money back from Bolillo Lahan San…

“I refunded Logan his 3.5,” he said. TMZ.

“However, we will see how quickly I recover from the sellers who brought it to me already authenticated in the coming days, or this will turn into a protracted scenario.”

What a roller coaster!

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