YouTuber Greg Doucette, who raised suspicions of steroids use against singer Kim Jong-kook, has taken down all the related videos.
All contents related to Kim Jong-kook has been deleted from Greg Doucette’s YouTube channel on Nov 19th. On Doucette’s YouTube channel, the video “Did Kim Jong-kook use drugs or not?” posted on Oct 31st and the video titled “I Think I Angry Korea” posted on Nov 7th has disappeared. The video titled “Hwang Cheol-soon is Natty?” posted by Ducettte about bodybuilder Hwang Cheol-soon on Nov 17th also went down.
Earlier, Greg Doucette raised suspicions that Kim Jong-kook might have used drugs to develop his muscles. Doucette said that Kim Jong-kook must have taken drugs in the process of building muscles, adding that, “Men have lower testosterone levels as they get older, and Kim Jong-kook is getting better compared to the past.”
Kim Jong-kook denied the suspicion of using steroids and proved himself clean by undergoing a hormone level test. According to the test result, Kim Jong-kook’s male hormone level was 8.38, and the doctor said, “I don’t think it’s an external (hormone) injection because the precursor substance in your blood is already high.”
However, Doucette continued to raise suspicions by posting additional videos, saying, “This test shows that Kim Jong-kook is not a natural.” On Nov 18th, Kim Jong-kook posted a video on his YouTube channel, announcing his strong legal action. Kim Jong-kook said, “As I went through this, I thought it was too much for me to watch and just endure.” He also demanded an apology from Doucette, saying, “I’m letting people know that they can suffer great damage as well from mass-producing rumors in media that many people can see and writing malicious comments or such actions.”