Liver King EXPOSED for Taking Steroids While Claiming to Adhere to All-Natural ‘Ancestral’ Lifestyle – zoohousenews.com
- December 12, 2022
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(Natural News) The internet sensation known as the ‘Liver King’, who bills himself as the ‘CEO of the Ancestral Lifestyle’, has faced criticism after it was revealed his lifestyle isn’t so natural after all.
Brian Johnson, as his real name is, takes steroids to fuel his body, though he previously denied in an interview on Mark Bell’s Power Project Podcast that he’s “never done that stuff” and “hasn’t done it will do things.”
Leaked emails showing Johnson is indeed on steroids prompted him to upload a confession video – see below – and admit he “lied” and “misled a lot of people”.
“Yes, I’ve been on steroids, and yes, I’m on steroids, monitored and managed by a trained hormonal doctor,” Johnson said.
Iron Age News in a video published on Brighteon.com – see below (WARNING: Language) – also talks about the plight of the Liver King:
Johnson, 45, makes about $100 million annually from his ancestors’ lifestyle businesses, which include the Heart & Soil and Ancestral Supplements brands. A bottle of beef liver capsules from grass-fed cattle and other bovine organs and blends ranges from $30 to $65. (Related: Speaking of the liver, did you know that your skin communicates with your liver?)
Liver King says he lied about using steroids because he is insecure and has low self-esteem
Johnson admitted after receiving calls from multiple YouTube accounts, including the MorePlatesMoreDates channel, that he was taking 120mg of testosterone a week, despite long claiming it was “all natural”.
Johnson spends around $12,000 a month on these steroids, which made him look like some sort of cartoon character “Hulk,” which he told his followers, which was accomplished simply by living his ancestral lifestyle.
So why did Johnson lie about steroid use? It’s not necessarily about selling more products and becoming a multi-millionaire, he suggested. No, the real reason is that he’s insecure about his body.
“When I speak about the 85 percent of the population that suffers from self-esteem issues, that’s me,” Johnson said. “I’m part of that statistic.”
The persona he presents for marketing purposes is just “an experiment to get the message across [and] to raise awareness of the 4,000 people who kill themselves every day, the 80,000 people who try to kill themselves every day,” he added.
In other words, Johnson lied about taking steroids and profited greatly from it as a side effect of his true mission, which is to “fight” to promote the “life of the ancestors” as the solution to all this suicide.
“Before social media I was rich and anonymous, and after social media I’m still rich but not anonymous anymore,” Johnson added. “I never expected that kind of publicity to be in the spotlight.”
The Liver King scandal prompted Joe Rogan to ask The Rock, who looks a lot like Johnson with a fake-looking physique, to also open up about his alleged steroid use.
“He should do a video in response to the Liver King video, like, ‘I need to talk to you because ‘The Rock’ lied,'” Rogan said. “There’s no way the hell he’s clean, no way the hell he’s as big as ‘The Rock’ at 50.”
Rogan says he doesn’t have a problem with hormone replacement therapy (HRT), but celebrities like The Rock and the Liver King have a responsibility to be honest with people about what they’re really doing.
“I think you have to be honest…I don’t think there’s anything wrong with HRT. I think it’s smart, but you have to be honest,” Rogan said. “I also don’t think there’s anything wrong with taking steroids to get that kind of character for a movie. I think there’s something wrong with lying about it.”
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