Liver King leaked an email from steroids asking to apologize from YouTube’s ‘primitive life’ guru with a $100 million fitness empire

Can living on a raw meat diet and living a “caveman” life really make you as muscular as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson? Probably not without steroids, it turns out.

A Famous Internet ‘Primitive Life’ Guru Called Liver King Has Falsely Convinced His Millions Of Followers Through YoutubeTik Tok and instagram that his muscular physique was due solely to his unusual eating habits and rigorous fitness regimen.

The “ancestral” way of life he and his wife were supposed to follow aimed to achieve “strength, health and happiness” and included living according to the “nine ancestral tenants”: eat, sleep, move, shine, connect , getting cold, sunbathing, fighting and bonding. He ate raw liver, bone marrow and even bull testicles.

Social media aside, Liver King has already made $100 million a year selling protein supplements and dried animal organs under its “Heart & Soil” and “Ancestral Supplements” liver brands.

The 45-year-old, whose real name is Brian Johnson, has previously denied any accusations of steroid use, after saying on Mark Bell Food Project Podcast“I don’t touch stuff. I never did the thing. I’m not going to do things.

Johnson’s front, however, has now dropped dramatically. In a video uploaded to his YouTube, he revealed, “I lied, and I deceived a lot of people…Yes, I took steroids, and yes, I’m on steroids, watched and managed by a qualified hormone clinician.”

The influencer admitted he takes 120mg of testosterone a week and apologized for misleading his followers and claiming he really is “all natural”.

Prior to his confession, Johnson was called out by another YouTuber called More Plates More Dates, who posted a one hour video exposing the influencer’s use of steroids, costing him $12,000 a month.

It included a leaked email from Johnson to a nutritionist confirming his steroid use and asking for more, as well as the results of a blood test.

Why did Liver King lie?

Johnson blamed his actions on his insecurities: “When I talk about the 85% of the population that suffers from self-esteem issues, that’s me. I am part of this statistic.

The character, he said, was “an experiment to spread the message [and] to raise awareness of the 4,000 people a day who kill themselves, the 80,000 people a day who attempt suicide,” adding that his “fight” was to promote “ancestral life” as a solution.

Johnson also confessed that he was not fully aware of the consequences, saying: “Before social media I was rich and anonymous, and after social media I am still rich but no longer anonymous…I don’t didn’t expect this kind of exposure in the public eye.”

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