Who Is Corinna Kopf? New Details About The Girl Logan Paul Is Rumored To Be Dating

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The Twitterverse seems to be convinced that YouTuber Logan Paul, 23, is dating fellow YouTuber and Instagram model Corinna Kopf, 23.

It all started Dec. 15th after Paul’s podcast, Impaulsive, when Paul told his guest YouTuber and former Drake & Josh star Josh Peck that Kopf didn’t like him but on his end, there was nothing but love.

Later that day, she tweeted that she had nothing but love for Paul as well. After that, the cryptic messages continued to come.


On Dec. 21, Kopf posted how happy she was to have met someone who she felt really connected to, and on Dec. 22, Paul wrote “thinking she could be the main squeeze."


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The same day and only a few hours later, Kopf posted “can’t seem to get you off my mind.” Paul quickly followed up with a message that read: “lol same." Both YouTubers tagged no one in these seemingly connected tweets.

Their tweets continued on in a similar fashion for the next couple of days.


On Dec. 24, Paul wrote “yooooooo it’s breakup season” and Kopf later tweeted “cuff me season” on the same day. The internet term "cuffing" refers to dating during the holidays.

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Just a week prior to the beginning of the seemingly connected tweets, Kopf was seen with YouTuber Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney in “MrBeast’s $100,000 YouTuber Circle Challenge” vlog. She was rumored to be dating the famous gaming Youtuber Tenney who also goes by the name FaZe Tfue, according to an article published on Dexerto.


Some fans were questioning why Kopf would be interested in Paul after his highly controversial year.



happy holidays from me and mine to you and yours 

A post shared by POUTY GIRL (@corinnakopf) on Dec 25, 2018 at 1:01pm PST

On Dec.31, 2017, he uploaded a video of himself entering Japanese forest famous for suicides, Aokigahara. The 15 minute long video is centered around the dead body of a man Paul showed hanging from one of the trees in the forest. He is assumed to have died from suicide, according to an article in The Atlantic online newspaper.

The video was met with immense negative pressure from fans, the internet, and the media. Paul later released an apology video on Jan. 2, 2018 which currently has 54 million views on YouTube.



This video was followed by another video on Jan. 24, where he discussed the importance of suicide awareness and promoted the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255.

YouTube responded with a statement but did not ban him from the platform since he did not violate the three strike within three-month policy.


While YouTube has taken numerous actions against Logan Paul by cutting him from their elite advertising tier, removing his ability to show up in the Recommended/Trending section, stripping back his YouTube Red projects and temporarily suspending advertising across his videos, this course of action is not enough," an article on Forbes magazine stated.

Paul is now at 18 million subscribers on his channel titles “Logan Paul Vlogs.” This channel is the same one in which the infamous YouTube video depicting the suicide victim’s dead body was uploaded on and taken down after two days and 6 million views according to an article on Billboard.com.




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Natalia Jaramillo is a writer covering pop culture, crime, and horoscopes living in Florida. She also enjoys running and playing with her bichon frise when not writing or studying.