‘Liver King’ ripped after leaked email claims K a month steroid use

‘Liver King’ ripped after leaked email claims $11K a month steroid use

Bigger-than-life bodybuilder Brian Johnson, dubbed the “Liver King,” allegedly has a secret to his impeccable physique: steroids.

Johnson  — who rose to fame after claiming he lives an “ancestral life-style” that features consuming uncooked liver — was outed by a fellow bodybuilder who claimed to have proof of Johnson’s steroid use, as seen in leaked emails allegedly despatched by Johnson.

The daddy-of-two has been posting to Instagram since August 2021, amassing over 1.7 million followers and swearing that his intense exercises and consuming as a “trendy caveman” are the key to how he’s achieved and maintained his ripped physique.

Johnson — who has posted movies exhibiting him chowing down on uncooked animal liver, protein shakes, egg yolks and bone marrow — claims his physique is 100% pure and has staunchly denied steroid use.

The social media influencer reportedly lives on a weight-reduction plan of protein shakes, eggs and beef liver. Instagram/Liver King

Brian Johnson allegedly makes use of steroids to take care of his physique, in keeping with a YouTube report. Instagram/Liver King

Johnson has been accused of utilizing performance-enhancing medication by a YouTuber who merely goes by Derek, whose channel “Extra Plates Extra Dates” is devoted to speculating whether or not bodybuilders are “natty or not,” which means naturally ripped or use steroids.

Within the hour-long video, which has exceeded 1.68 million views, Derek reveals emails he claims Johnson despatched to an unnamed coach in 2021, wherein the muscleman allegedly shares his objectives to construct his “Liver King” model and admits to spending $11,000 on the figure-enhancing drug.

YouTube commenters ridiculed Johnson after seeing the main points revealed within the video.

The Liver King has discovered fame preaching ancestral residing.Instagram/Liver King

The e-mail, allegedly from Brian Johnson, mentioned he used $11,000 value of performance-enhancing medication a month.Extra Plates Extra Dates/YouTube

“Hopefully it is a watershed second for the health trade and can result in higher transparency,” one particular person wrote, whereas one other added, “Man it’s nice to see it lastly made completely clear that what all of us knew was true. I really feel dangerous for the few individuals who believed he was natty.”

“This was certain to occur,” one other agreed. “I’m stunned he lasted so long as he did.”

In an Instagram video depicting a exercise that Johnson posted on Monday, detractors alluded to the revelations, with one noting, “Have to be good to spend 15k+ a month on medication” and one other added, “Higher not flip your wifi off tonight bro. You and your staff have some injury management to work on 🤣 whereas I do consider what you preach on the whole you must’ve simply been sincere man.”

Johnson had beforehand addressed allegations about utilizing performance-enhancing medication, bluntly however cheekily telling a Barstool Sports activities podcast: “I’ll be sincere, I take PEDs: I prioritize, execute and dominate each f–king morning.”

When approached by Rolling Stone, Johnson mentioned he was “grateful” for the video.

“In a bizarre method, I’m grateful for the current occasions which have make clear this complicated-as-f–okay matter,” Johnson wrote in an electronic mail to the publication, though he apparently didn’t handle the newest steroid allegations or whether or not the emails had been actual.

The Submit has reached out to Derek and Johnson for remark.

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