Joe Rogan accuses Dwayne Johnson of taking steroids following the Liver King scandal
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Joe Rogan has launched a stunning accusation towards Dwayne Johnson in the wake of the Liver King scandal.
Despite years of denying using performance enhancing substances, the social media influencer, whose real name is Brian Johnson, finally came clean.
But now, Joe Rogan feels Brian isn’t the only hench person with a last name of Johnson who has been keeping a little secret.
Speaking about the Liver Ling fiasco, Joe called out The Rock on his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience.
“The Rock should come clean right now,” the podcast host said.
“He should make a video in response to the Liver King video like, ‘I need to talk to you because The Rock’s been lying'.
'There’s not a f**king chance in hell he’s clean, not a chance in hell as big as The Rock is at 50.”
“The point is you can’t even get there with HRT (hormone replacement therapy). That’s not HRT. He is so massive and he’s so different than he was when he was 30.”
LADbible has reached out to Dwayne Johnson’s representatives for comment.
Joe went on to mention how he wasn’t one bit surprised Brian had been juicing up.
“It completely makes sense but that’s exactly what I expected,” he added. “There’s no way you can look like that, in your 40s, that jacked, I mean he’s preposterously jacked.”
But The Rock has been fairly transparent in how hard he trains and the incredible amount of food that he puts away each day to get the body he has.
While speaking to Men's Health, the actor confirmed he would eat six meals every single day to bulk up ahead of playing the superhero Black Adam.
He had a 'team of chefs and a strength and conditioning coach who figure out the precise macro count necessary to maintain his superhero physique'.
The Rock kicks off the day with 'eggs, a meat like bison, a complex carb like oatmeal, and fruit, usually either papaya or blueberries'.
After that, there will most certainly be a morning workout and then he'll have his second meal at around 10am, according to Men's Health.
This will usually consist of 'complex carbs like rice, chicken breast, and greens'.
Then, it's pretty much the same kind of meal all the way until his last one of the day.
The team that whips up his many daily meals will try and switch things up but he's always trying to hit all the macros needed to create a superhero body.
It will depend on protein 'from fish, chicken, steak, or buffalo', as well as 'complex carbs like sweet potatoes, and greens'.