According to some social media influencers, their lives look different than their real life. Brian founded the health supplement brand and has over 148K Instagram followers. His promotional video was viewed by 15K+ people. Liver King, whose real name is Brian Johnson, sent an email to his followers. It triggered many discussions about Liver’s well-built body in Australia and Canada. Let’s see the Liverking Response.
What caused the controversy?
Liver King is a fitness fanatic, YouTuber and founder of Ancestral Supplements. His healthy body was not natural, which is why he gained so much popularity. He only eats raw beef, as he posted videos to YouTube and Instagram. He became a social media star with over two million followers, including on Twitter. After that, he started offering nine non-vegetarian Ancestral Supplements ranging from $25 to $65. He didn’t respond to the use the steroid. He instead thanked him for all the recent developments on this topic, and stated that he designs Ancestral Living and teaches it.
Liver King promoted his brand and himself by saying that while the modern world has made people soft, it is necessary to push ourselves physically to unlock our true potential. Our strength is already within our DNA.
On 29th June 2021, Liver King ( age45), emailed Derek a private message for advice on health. Brian stated that he uses insulin, steroids including IGF-1LR and CJC w/ Imap. He also mentioned Omnitrope, Ibutamoren and Omnitrope.
Derek leaked the email to Brian on 29th November 2022. Brian’s followers were disappointed because they had believed that Liver King was naturally fit. The email was leaked on Reddit, Instagram, and received many comments, criticisms, and even blogging.
Liver King Wikipedia:
|Original name||Brian Johnson|
|University||Texas Tech University|
|Sons||Rad and Stryker|
|Hair color Wiki||Brown|
Liver King wanted 1 billion followers in a very short period of time. Now, it is a matter of controversy whether he lied about his natural health and did not use steroids to reach his followers. To promote Ancestral supplements, did Liver King pretend to have natural health? Is it possible that he pretended to be a celebrity on social media? It is up to you.