Radio 1 has pulled an interview with YouTuber Logan Paul.
There had been a lot of criticism when it was announced he was going to appear on Charlie Sloth's show on Thursday night.
Logan Paul caused controversy earlier this year by filming the body of an apparent suicide victim for one of his vlogs, and has since apologised.
Radio 1 tweeted: "After listening back to the interview we don't feel it's right."
We were going to hear from Logan Paul & KSI on their boxing match tonight.
After listening back to the interview we don’t feel it’s right.
We understand some of your strong views on Logan – but ultimately if we don’t think the interview is good enough – we don't air it.
— BBC Radio 1 (@BBCR1) July 26, 2018
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Some people responded to the tweet saying they thought it was a good call not to run the interview.
Logan Paul is not the image @BBCR1 should be trying to project. Good call, but you should have never lined up the interview in the first place. Especially after claiming to care about mental health.
— Louise (@treegonometree) July 26, 2018
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Good call, Logan doesn't deserve any airtime after the Japan videos he done.
— Varkasi | Saige (@vrimra) July 26, 2018
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Charlie Sloth spoke about the issue on his show last night.
"We've listened back to the interview we did with Logan and even though it was only part of a wider piece, we don't feel it's right.
"So we've decided we are not going to run it."
When Radio 1 shared a teaser clip from the interview there was a lot of backlash on social media.
Really disappointed with @BBCR1 for providing #loganpaul a platform on tonight’s show with @CharlieSloth. If a member of the public had said half the things he had, they wouldn’t ever be given a microphone again.
— Holly Rebecca (@hblincs) July 26, 2018
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I don’t pay my #BBC licence 4 #Radio1 to give time to .@LoganPaul who laughed at finding a suicide & then posted it for hits – #poor choice! #shame as there are better vloggers! Disappointed at the stance the #BBC has taken on #mental #health by airing him 👎
— Ruthie (@LadyEndeavour) July 25, 2018
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Charlie Sloth previously criticised the American YouTuber for posting the video, from Aokigahara forest in Japan, which is known to be a frequent site of suicides.
In January the DJ chose him as 'Wally of the Week' on his Radio 1/ 1Xtra show The 8th.
"Millions and millions of people around the world look up to Logan Paul, including loads of youngsters.
"My children are some of those youngsters – they look up to Logan Paul like a superstar," he said.
"Fam, let's face it, you are an absolute wally."
The YouTuber apologised again later in January by posting a video about suicide awareness, and pledging to donate $1m (£700,000) to prevention groups.
Some social media users say he should be forgiven.