Omg! The Beast Liver King Fully Admits That He Is Currently On Steroids Ever!


In a candid video shared on his YouTube and Instagram accounts, Brian Johnson, more popularly known as the “Liver King” masculinity influencer who promotes organ-eating, admitted to past steroid use. “I fully own that I fucked up,” he said in the six-minute confession. “I am as sorry as a man can be.”

When another bodybuilder, Derek from the online fitness brand "More Plates More Dates," released a video that showed emails in which Johnson described his steroid regimen - a suite of injections costing some $11,000 per month - the pained statement came in response. Since launching the Liver King persona in August 2021, Johnson has given several interviews during which he denied using performance-enhancing drugs to achieve his muscular physique. He had also brushed aside accusations of steroid use from podcast kingpin Joe Rogan.

In just three days, the one-hour-long “More Plates More Dates” video gained 3 million views, with many in the fitness community saying it supported their theories about Johnson.

Johnson starts his new video with a heavy sigh and the following words: “I’m here now to set the record straight. Yes, I’ve done steroids in the past, and I’m currently taking them under the care of a hormone clinician. Liver King, the public figure, was an experiment to spread the message.” He talks about how common mental health issues like suicide, depression, and anxiety are among young men. He states that he's referring to himself when he talks about low self-esteem.

Johnson stated that he was already wealthy and his supplements business was doing well before he decided to adopt the persona of Liver King for social media. The character gathered a following of 1.7 million Instagram followers in just one year by selling products and promoting a caveman lifestyle that included extreme exercise and a “natural” raw diet of animal livers, hearts, and testicles. Johnson claimed that he never expected Liver King to become as popular as it did—which contradicts an email that was included in the “More Plates More Dates” video where it seems like he planned to gain a million social media followers within a few months. He has yet to confirm or deny the authenticity of that message or any other private correspondence that is now circulating.

In the future, Johnson also said he would be “open” about talking about steroid use “because I believe that there’s a time and a place for pharmacological intervention,” if it’s overseen by a physician. However, he once again denied having ab implants or other plastic surgery.

On YouTube, people generally left negative comments, criticizing Johnson for using others’ mental health issues as an excuse for his habitual lying. Some called the video “damage control,” while others said it was fake and that he was only apologizing because he got caught.

Johnson received more support on his Instagram page. “No bullshit, no excuses,” wrote a fan. “Earned respect with me from this post. Much love!” Another remarked, “It takes a lot to admit it when you’ve made a mistake, and I appreciate your honesty. You’re a really inspiring guy, and definitely, someone to look up to in the fitness world.”

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