“He is one in a million if his body is natural” YouTuber commented under Kim Jong-kook’s blood test video
Greg Doucette is the famous Canadian bodybuilder who raised suspicions of singer Kim Jong-kook being a “roider” (a person who builds muscles with drugs).
Greg Doucette once again expressed his opinion by commenting on Kim Jong-kook‘s YouTube video, which shows the singer’s confidence that he did not use drugs.
On November 12th, Greg Doucette posted a comment under Kim Jong-kook’s newest video titles “HRT? TRT? A way that can replace your own hormone? Please exercise first.”
Greg Doucette said, “I’ll record a response Video to address some of the comments made in the video try to educate people on the topic. One thing to remember is if somebody accuses you of being on HRT or taking something to get a physique as amazing as he has the first thing you should think is it’s a compliment.”
He went on to say, “If he is in fact natural then this is one in 1 million person that can do this. He said in the video that anyone can achieve a body like this even if they work hard and train their entire life this physique natural in mid 40s especially with elevated testosterone levels is one in 1 million body.”
Since then, a netizen criticized the phrase “one in one million” mentioned by Greg Doucette.
Greg Doucette explained what he meant was that a case like this was rare and anyone smart would bet on something less rare. He also promised to put on a video to admit his mistake if Kim Jong-kook could prove that his body was indeed natural. This was something the YouTuber did twice in the past, and he hoped fans wouldn’t judge him until then.
Earlier, Greg Doucette made headlines for praising Kim Jong-kook’s body but also betting 1 million $ that the singer had been using drugs to achieve such a body.
Kim Jong-kook immediately refuted the absurdity. He said he intends to take all the drug tests that exist in the world, and expressed his confidence, saying, “I would show that the thing our neighbor said to be impossible without drugs is something anyone can do in Korea.”
Responding to this, Greg Doucette said he was also an HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) user and that Kim Jong-kook was also an HRT user because a roider would know another rooder. The YouTuber also stressed that the drug is not illegal.
Moreover, he mentioned that Kim Jong-kook’s exercising schedule would only reduce his muscle if it weren’t for drugs. The YouTuber also said since Kim Jong-kook’s testosterone was higher than average, it rather suggested that the singer was on HRT.
However, Kim Jong-kook also denied this. Kim Jong-kook said, “Even if the drug is legal, it is wrong from my point of view,” showing off his confidence that a test will be able to tell if the hormone level is external injected or produced by his body.
Kim Jong-kook later revealed himself undergoing a blood test through a video, in which the doctor said, “External injection can increase male hormone levels, but it cannot increase the level of precursors that produce male hormones in the body. However, Kim Jong-guk also showed high levels of precursors. The percentage is only 1%,” he said, adding that it’s difficult to say that Kim Jong-kook injected drugs.