Health & Fitness Influencer Liver King Admits Steroid Use After Email Leak

Health and fitness influencer Liver King has finally come clean.

Brian Johnson aka the Liver King, released a six minute video confessing that after denying steroid use multiple times, admits he was lying.

Liver King had quickly risen to fame this past year advocating for an ancestral lifestyle consisting of nine tenets, which include regularly eating organ meat, particularly liver. He has almost two million Instagram followers and has companies profiting from his character who regularly makes videos highlighting his physique and lifestyle. On November 28, a one hour video with leaked emails was published detailing Liver King‘s steroid and hormone treatments costing $11,000 per month.

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In Liver King‘s video, titled “Liver King Confession… I Lied.” he admits, “The truth is…I have been willing to do whatever it takes to bring the Ancestral message mainstream… but the road to progress should never compromise one’s integrity.”

“I can be better… I must be better… I will be better starting immediately. I goddam earned the criticism… and you sure as hell deserve this apology,” Brian writes in the description.

Liver King had been accused of using performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) but denied such claims on multiple occasions. In the video he says, “Liver King the public figure was an experiment to spread the message, to bring awareness to the 4,000 people a day who kill themselves, the 80,000 people a day who try to kill themselves. Our people are hurting at record rates.”

“I made it my job to model, teach, and preach a simple elegant solution called ancestral living, then nine ancestral tenets, so our people no longer have to suffer, so that we can collectively express our highest and most dominant form. This is why I fight. This is why I exist,” Brian explained.

Later in the video he admits, “When I talk about the eighty-five percent of people that suffer from self-esteem issues, that’s me. I’m part of that statistic.”

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