Kong, Logan Paul's dog, died after being mauled by a stray coyote in Los Angeles. The coyotes hopped the fence to get to the home, and Kong was never seen alive again. His body was found near his owner's house.
Logan posted a picture of Kong on Twitter with the caption "My best friend." He also wrote that he is going to miss him terribly. After learning that Kong had died, Logan announced on Facebook that he was taking time off social media until he could deal with his grief properly.
Logan said in a statement that he is "completely devastated" by Kong's death. He added that they have been through so much together, even though Kong went through a bad phase when he first started living with Logan. Logan explained that he thinks it might have been because he was left alone for so long after his parents moved away. He also said that he believes the coyote that killed Kong took advantage of this moment of weakness to end Kong's suffering.
Logan's mother, Kelly Paul, told BuzzFeed News that she believes her son needs time to grieve before returning to social media. She said that she understands why he wants to be alone right now but hopes he will change his mind about leaving social media once he gets through his pain.
Kong's parents were in their eighties when they were slain by Gaw, a massive Deathrunner. When his little kid saw his father's body, it was being devoured by a parent and a child Meat-Eater, whom Kong suspected of murdering him. The young Kong assaulted the meat-eater violently, but was quickly vanquished. Heartbroken, he allowed himself to be captured by Gaw.
When Gaw brought Kong before the king, he demanded that the boy serve him forever. But King Smid knew what kind of monster Gaw was, and how he got his power. So he sent for some fire, burned down Gaw, and killed him. After this event, King Smid made sure that no one could ever hurt Kong again. He gave him abilities far beyond those of a normal man and taught him how to fight so that he would never be vulnerable again.
So, Kong learned how to fight and kill just like any other superhero. Only he used his talents to protect his kingdom from evil monsters and criminals.
Here is where things get a bit confusing. Some sources say that King Smid actually died before giving birth to Kong. However, others state that he lived long enough to see her born. Still others say that she died too.
Regardless of how she met her end, King Smid ordered that his daughter be raised by monks because he wanted someone who was not human to raise her child.
Kong defeats the monster with the use of a powerful machine gun, allowing the humans left on the expedition to depart his island in peace. Despite the fact that he did not perish in Kong: Skull Island...
This is the only American King Kong picture in which Kong does not die at the conclusion; in the other films, he is shot by an airplane and falls to his death from a tower, notably the Empire State Building. The difference in this film is that he survives after being rescued by a ship.
Also worth mentioning is that Kong's destruction was largely due to human negligence. In this movie, during one of the scenes where Kong is on top of a building, some people are seen walking under him even though he is still able to walk (because he has been given time to recuperate). If they had just stayed away from under him or out of his sight for even a few moments, he would have healed and moved on. Also, when Kong is destroyed by fire, some scientists are seen running around with their hands full of money trying to save them but they are too late: Kong has already burned down. Finally, when King Kong dies, he gets put in a giant wooden box and shipped back to America. But since he isn't actually dead, he comes back to life next morning.
Overall, this film is pretty good if you're into King Kong movies. It's directed by Peter Jackson who later went on to direct The Lord of the Rings trilogy. The acting is decent (especially compared to most Kong movies) and the special effects are great.
A massive ape King Kong, who was shot and fell from the World Trade Center tower, appears to be alive, but has been in a coma for ten years and badly requires a blood transfusion to have an artificial heart placed. Suddenly, another massive ape—this time a female—is discovered in the Amazon. The American government believes that this new ape is Kong's offspring and plans to use her DNA to regenerate Kong into a human-like being.
Kong's creator, Dr. Alan Grant, goes to America to try and prevent this happening. But when Kong is destroyed, Dr. Grant swears to get revenge on the government that killed his creation.
He starts by searching for the female ape, but she has already been sent back to her home country of Germany. There, she gives birth to a son she names "King."
Now Dr. Grant wants to go back in time and change what happened at World Trade Center 2001 so that Kong does not die. He succeeds in doing so, but this also means that he cannot go back to protect King Kong from being hit by that plane.
Dr. Grant decides to raise King as his own son. Fifteen years later, King grows up to become a successful movie star named Jesus Christ.