John Friscia

There are two perspectives on celebrity influencers. Either you like them, or you’re baffled that they even exist and that anyone is willing to legitimize them. You can take a guess which side of that fence we often fall on. Nonetheless, famous and wealthy YouTuber Logan Paul has uploaded a video admitting that he was scammed for $3.5 million on fake Pokémon cards. In fact, the video documents the exact moment that he and his crew discovered they had been scammed. Last year, Logan Paul purchased a sealed case of unopened first edition Pokémon cards that had been authenticated by […]

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