Joe Rogan put Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson on blast on a recent episode of the popular podcast The Joe Rogan Experience, urging the former pro wrestler and actor to “come clean” about using steroids.
Rogan, who is no stranger to controversy, claimed that Johnson must be using steroids to maintain his famously bulky physique into middle age.
Rogan puts ‘The Rock’ on blast
According to Rogan, the Rock is more muscular now than he was in his 30s.
“There’s not a f—–g chance in hell he’s clean, not a chance in hell. As big as The Rock is at 50?” Rogan said.
Joining Rogan on the podcast, YouTuber Derek, of “More Plates More Dates,” agreed that Johnson’s steroid use is “obvious,” contrasting his look now with when he was younger.
“Like he’s a genetic marvel, as is anyways when he was natural [sic]. So to have all of a sudden 30 years later, like, you’re in better form than you were in your twenties. Like it’s just f— obvious.”
Rogan endorses testosterone therapy
According to Rogan, Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) wouldn’t be sufficient for Johnson to stay in his condition.
“That’s not HRT. He is so massive and he’s so different than he was when he was 30.”
Rogan, who is a UFC commentator, said he uses testosterone therapy and isn’t ashamed, but celebrities who do should be transparent about it.
“Which is why I’m honest about it,” he said. “I just don’t think there’s anything wrong with taking hormone replacement. I think it’s actually wise. I think it’s healthier. I feel way better than I did before I was doing it and I started doing it when I was like 37, 38.”
“And even then I was just taking like the cream. I was taking a testosterone cream and right away I was like, ‘Oh my God, I feel so much better.’ Like everything felt better. I don’t think it’s wrong. I think it’s smart but you’ve got to be honest,” he continued.
Other celebrities who might be on the juice, according to Rogan, include Chris Hemsworth, who portrays Thor in Marvel movies. But the media never presses actors who use steroids to prepare for movie roles, Rogan said.
“Every single time, whether its Thor, whether its Hemsworth or any of these people who got super f—–g jacked for a movie. Like Wolverine? Cut the f—–g shit,” Rogan said.
Despite his imposing image, Johnson has become known for limp-wristed woke virtue signaling. He defended Rogan earlier this year against a push to cancel his podcast, but then reversed course after being “educated” about Rogan using the N-word.