Joe Rogan Wants ‘The Rock’ To Come Clean About Steroid Use Amid Liver King Scandal

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Joe Rogan wants ‘The Rock’ to come clean about his steroid use after the Liver King scandal.

Last week, the Liver King admitted to using steroids in an apology video after being exposed by Youtuber Derek of More Plates More Dates.

Over the weekend, Rogan, who previously called B.S. on the Liver King being natural, reacted to the apology video.

“I wasn’t surprised at all,” said Rogan. “It completely makes sense but that’s exactly what I expected. There’s no way you can look like that, in your 40s, that jacked, I mean he’s preposterously jacked.”

Rogan now wants Dwayne ‘The Rock” Johnson to admit he’s taking steroids and hormone replacement therapy.

“The Rock should come clean right now,” said Rogan. “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*cking 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.”

Rogan doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with The Rock using HRT; he just wants him to be honest with his fanbase if he’s going to give workout advice.

“There’s a responsibility that you have to the people that are listening to you. If you don’t want to talk about it that’s one thing but if you do talk about it, there’s a responsibility that you have to the people who are listening to you. I think you have to be honest… I don’t think there’s anything wrong with HRT. I think it’s smart but you got to be honest.”

“I don’t think there’s anything wrong with doing steroids to achieve that sort of physique for a movie either. I do think there’s something wrong with lying about it.”

Here’s video of Rogan talking about The Rock.

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