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Bodybuilder ‘Liver King’ Admits His Diet Secret Is Steroids, Not Raw Meat

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Bodybuilder ‘Liver King’ Admits His Diet Secret Is Steroids, Not Raw Meat


Welcome to Delicious or Distressing, where we rate recent food memes, videos, and other decidedly unserious news. Last week, we talked about Elon Musk’s alleged $13 million lunch problem at Twitter HQ. 

Twitter’s resident Michael Scott, El*n M*sk, gifted the internet a troubling tableau this week. Nobody (not one person) asked for it, but he nonetheless delivered us a photo of his bedside table containing four cans of caffeine-free Diet Coke next to a literal shotgun. Questions abound. Top of mind: Why? 

Outside the court of public opinion, and in the actual court of law, a woman sued Velveeta for $5 million for allegedly misrepresenting the cook time of its mac and cheese. Also being dragged for fraudulent branding? The internet’s favorite meathead, the Liver King, who has credited his notorious raw meat diet for his shredded physique but has now admitted to using steroids. Wash all that news down with mayo-nog—another protagonist of this week—if you so please. Thank God we have long PB&J to salvage the week.  

Fitness influencer Liver King has built an entire identity—a franchise, even—around his extremely carnivorous raw meat diet, and he’s historically heralded that very diet as the source of his scarily ripped bod. But this week, a well-known debunker leaked alleged emails revealing that Mr. King subscribed to an $11,000 a month steroid regimen to build his physique and, in turn, his massive social media following. The Liver King has since conceded to lying about his steroid use in a six-minute YouTube confessional. “Before social media I was rich and anonymous and after social media I’m still rich but no longer anonymous and I never expected this kind of exposure in the public eye,” he divulged to the camera. “It’s been tricky as fuck to navigate.” I don’t quite feel bad for the man, but I do feel bad for his loyal following that’s ostensibly been chomping down on raw animal organs in vain to mimic their king. 2.7/5 distressing. —Li Goldstein, digital production assistant


I have the dubious honor of having not just one but two close relatives who are Elon fanboys. Because of #personalgrowth regarding my #mentalhealth, I try to not argue with them about it. Luckily, I have one thing that they do not and that’s the opportunity to make fun of the Twitter overlord-slash-adult baby on the website of a major magazine. Many people are aghast that the wildly overrated entrepreneur drinks caffeine-free Diet Coke, a style of the soda that I’m not even sure I’ve seen in the wild. (Tweet sent at 4:48 a.m.? Mr. Musk, are you sure those sodas are… actually caffeine free?) I admit that I can’t fault most people for wanting to minimize their caffeine intake, but there are so many other things to fault Elon for that I have no problem using this photo with the soda and a gun (?!) as further proof that he has no taste. That’s something money simply cannot buy—though maybe Elon will quickly lose the latter too. 4.7/5 distressing. — Serena Dai, editorial director



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