Liver King’s inadvertent expose and implosion might be part of his strategy all along.
Let’s dive in.
So there’s this really beefy dude that calls himself the Liver King.
What does he do?
Well, he is exactly what his title suggests.
He eats a boatload of cow liver and assorted entrails, raw.
Like raw as hell.
No cooking, no curing, no smoking and no additives.
Just eat like how lions and hyenas do.
Like how our ancestors did (that’s what Liver King’ claims).
Nah bro, our ancestors didn’t have the knowledge, technology or scientific understanding of infections, contamination and health like we do now.
We are supposed to progress forward, not regress intentionally and irrationally.
For years, he has been claiming that it has directly contributed to the amazing health and tremendously cut body he has.
If you haven’t seen him, he looks like an artificially crafted mega-sized Arnold Schwarzenegger doll that’s tanned and juicy.
I mean, it’s just ridiculously unbelievable to even suggest that he is natural.
But hey, it’s social media and it’s a game we all play.
So when emails of his steroid abuse and consultations with doctors were revealed, obviously it went exactly how you would expect.
Chaos and media coverage ensued.
He got more popularity (or notoriety) overnight.
All the followers that he misled and lied to.
All the fake claims that he made and the lies he sprouted showed just how far one would go for fame and fortune.
You can imagine what it did for his supplement business and social media fame.
Sure, it may be a very dumb move on his part, but I think it was calculated.
It might have been a well-concealed and strategic move.
Perhaps he wanted to free himself from the lies, cover ups and deceit.
Perhaps he wanted to rebuild his empire and press the restart button.
I think he couldn’t live with the guilt.
I think the guilt was killing him and eating him from the inside.
He was living a large life.
He created an entire construct of how he thinks health and fitness should be and decided to lie his way into the game.
But one can argue that he did play it really well.
He showed understanding of the social media game and played the tunes to a brilliant crescendo.
He came out of nowhere and got millions of followers across his social media platforms.
He has a media presence everywhere and thousands of fans are paying him millions for his products.
He got what he wanted from the expose.
More fame, more followers, more controversies and more ammunition to kickstart whatever he wants to do next.
That’s of course, after the class action lawsuit that his customers have filed against him for misleading them.
The social media game is toxic and complicated, so please be extra discerning and thoughtful.
Let’s not celebrate it too much, but darn those kitty videos are just too cute eh?
Have you heard of the Liver King?
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