Paul hit up Tao in Los Angeles after YouTube's chief business officer Robert Kyncl tackled the recent controversy at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour.
"We believe he's made missteps, unfortunate missteps. He's expressed remorse very quickly and is learning from the experience. Actions should speak louder than words. Logan has the opportunity to prove that," Kyncl said.
The YouTube honcho didn't completely shut down the possibility of Paul redeeming himself. When asked if his projects, which are currently on hold, will ever get made, Kyncl said "I really couldn’t answer that. Everything is evolving so fast."
Paul has been laying low since the controversial video resulted in his removal from YouTube's Google Preferred platform and put his projects on "indefinite hold," but showing up to the club with friends may show that he too believes his career as a digital influencer is not over.