Logan Paul is having some PRIME time in the hall of controversy after it was revealed that his energy drink contains way too much caffeine.
PRIME energy drink caused a frenzy in South Africa soon after it was introduced. The cost was somewhat high in the beginning in the Rainbow Nation, but when some stores started selling it for way cheaper than what others were selling, many South Africans stormed the stores to get their fix for cheap.
It led to a conversation on the place of locally owned brands in the country, with some tweeps wondering why South Africans had not evinced the same interest and devotion over MoFaya, a similar drink but owned by a Black South African, DJ Sbu.
The frenzy has since died own and the primary interest right now is the caffeine content of the PRIME energy drink. For clarity, PRIME has another product called PRIME Hydration, a sports drink, which does not contain caffeine.
The focus is on the energy drink which, according to US Senator Chuck Schumer, contains caffeine equivalent to about 12-ounce cans of Coca-Cola. The levels, it is claimed, might be harmful to children.
It remains to be seen what will happen to the PRIME energy drink in the coming days.