YouTuber Logan Paul with his 2014 Dodge Challenger SRT8

The best celebrity gift to a fan for Labor Day Weekend

YouTuber and recently music video director Logan Paul made an incredible gift ahead of Labor Day weekend. He surprised one of his fans by giving him his most precious item. The reaction when he got the call from the Maverick himself is epic! Watch the video below.

  • Logan Paul became famous with his brother Jake after their popularity on Vine mobile app.
  • He switched to YouTube and has been a success ever since. 
  • With over 20 million fans worldwide he created a subscription based club called "The Maverick Club".
  • The benefits of being a member are cash giveaways, Face-Time with the star and discounts on his clothing.

For Joseph James it was a normal day going to see where he could drive on Labor Day Weekend taking into consideration that his passion is driving.

He came across the opportunity of participating in one of Logan Paul's giveaways because the prize was really special. A 2014 Dodge Challenger SRT8. It was the first car of the star, and he drove it from his hometown Ohio to Los Angeles, where he pursued a career on entertainment. 

The creativity of this entertainer has no limits!

When he got the Face-Time he flipped! The first thing he asked was "Did I win the car?". Logan filmed himself while doing the call and at the end it was even a better gift because he told Joseph that he would personally deliver the car to him! Joseph wanted to speak with his favorite celebrity for a long time and Logan made his dream come true. 


Not only is his strategy really clever getting content for his YouTube videos and social media from the reaction. He promotes his subscription club, which can easily make him $250.000 per month considering the amount of followers he has, and he also makes a terrific gift!

Logan is famous for setting trends in terms of entertainment, and we are sure that we will be seeing more giveaways among celebrities pretty soon! 

Bruno Wahrmann Lockhart

Digital Media Expert. Journalist. Former TV host. University of San Diego Alumni. 6′ 4″ but my mom still calls me 'tiny'+ info

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