DISGRACED Youtube star Logan Paul has once again caused outrage after searching for a “real albino woman” to feature in a “comedy” video.
The advert, uncovered by TMZ, seeks an albino female aged 21 to 40 for a music video to be shot in Los Angeles.
It calls for either an albino African American or Caucasian woman, offering “$100 (£70) cash on set” as payment for a half day’s work.
Albinism is a genetic condition which causes reduced melanin, leading to pale hair and skin. The condition can also lead to poor eyesight.
The shocking ad posting comes a mere week after Paul was widely condemned for tasering two dead rats.
Logan Paul, 22, threw them in a bin before the tasering continued, joking “no rat comes into my house without getting tased”.
His shocking scenes prompted Google to cull all advertising from channel Logan Paul Blogs.
As the inflammatory advert spread online, outraged social media slammed the Youtuber’s request as “exploitation”.
User @elexusirene slammed the advert, writing: “So this guy #loganpaul is casting an albino woman for $100 for a #comedy video.
“I think he needs to stop [because] nothing can go well with a white guy exploiting a genetic disorder, who’s track record seems to be on a downward spiral.
One baffled user wondered how “he thinks an albino person’s gonna solve his problems” during his comeback.
It is thought 1 in 17,000 people in the UK have some form of albinism which can affect any ethnic group. According to the UK Albinism Fellowship says albino people often feel stigmatised in the UK.
Across Africa, superstitious witch-doctors have murdered albino people to use in potions and rituals.
Last week, criticism of Paul reached boiling point after Youtube CEO Susan Wojcicki to was forced tell angered viewers he “hadn’t met the criteria for being banned from the platform”.
Wojcicki said: “We can’t just be pulling people off our platform … They need to violate a policy.”
The advert and tasering video both emerged after Paul’s supposed ‘comeback’ to Youtube.
He took a break after posting footage of a suicide victim’s body in Japan’s Aokigahara forest, prompting 50,000 to petition Youtube to remove his Channel.
In response to the suicide video, a Youtube spokesman told The Telegraph: “After careful consideration, we have decided to temporarily suspend ads on Logan Paul’s YouTube channels.
“This is not a decision we made lightly, however, we believe he has exhibited a pattern of behaviour in his videos that makes his channel not only unsuitable for advertisers, but also potentially damaging to the broader creator community.”
Upon returning to Youtube, Paul vowed to donate £700,000 ($1million) to suicide prevention charities.