If you’re really into fitness, then there’s a pretty good chance you’ve heard of the Instagram sensation Liver King.
Liver King, whose real name is Brian Johnson, is a social media fitness influencer who is absolutely shredded, and is known for his nine ancestral ways of life that he lives by.
His lifestyle involves intense workouts, a diet that consist of raw meat and organs, and he has always sworn that sticking to that plan has transformed him into the man he is today.
Of course, there are a ton of skeptics out there saying that he’s just been ‘roided up this whole time, including Joe Rogan, who called him out on his podcast saying:
“He’s got an ass filled with steroids, is what he’s got… that is not a natural body.”
Nevertheless, Liver King has always sworn that his body is 100% natural, and has never taken steroids before.
However, Derek from the YouTube channel More Pilates More Dates has said otherwise, noting that Liver King has been using a number of illegal substances to transform his body.
He made the allegations in a one hour long video titled “The Liver King Lies,” sharing the alleged steroid cycle that Liver King has been following, which has been leaked via private email. And this is no small quantity of substances.
The list of substances include IGF, CJC, Omnitrope, Decca, Winstrol, and Test cyp… we’re talking more than $10,000 a month on the juice.
Back in May of last year, Derek claims that Liver King reached out to a body building coach, and in the emails, shared the substances he was taking, asking that the info remain confidential.
And let’s be honest, it would probably more shocking of we found out that he was all natural than finding out he’s juicing, but c’mon… this guy is making a TON of money (allegedly $100 million a year) pushing products and supplements, all under the guise that his natural lifestyle is the secret to insane muscle mass.
If you’ve been following Liver King’s nine ancestral ways of life and haven’t been seeing any results, you might wanna rethink what you’re doing.
Of course, there is no further proof at this time besides the alleged emails, and whether these emails are factual or not remains to be seen, but it doesn’t look good for Liver King.