Is this the new Popeye? TikToker follows in the footsteps of the Russian social media star and his ridiculously modified biceps, and viewers are up in arms!
- TikTok user theanimalhilemakumu has left viewers shocked by the size of his biceps
- He has over 140,000 followers on the platform, with a whopping 1.3 million likes.
A TikToker has left viewers in shock after showing off his heavily modified biceps, which has led to him gaining a massive following online.
The man, under the TikTok name theanimalhilemakumu, he has nearly 140,000 followers on the platform, with a whopping 1.3 million likes on his videos.
Despite her popularity on the platform, several of her videos have been flagged with a content warning, indicating the serious health risks posed by altering her upper arms.
Although he has used the account to share other content, the man appeared to start showing off his modified look in 2021.
A video of him dancing and flexing his muscles has left viewers shocked by the drastically altered size of his biceps.
A man going by the name theanimalhilemakumu on TikTok has left viewers shocked after showing off his massively modified biceps, which has led to him garnering a massive following online.
One user said on Twitter: “They call him the punisher…they even say when he sleeps at night, he doesn’t lock the doors.”
Another quipped: ‘How come he wears shirts?’
A third commented: ‘He got SpongeBob’s inflatable arms.’
It comes after a former Russian soldier nicknamed ‘Popeye’ for his artificially huge biceps had 3lbs of dead muscle removed by surgeons in 2019.
Kirill Tereshin, 23, was warned that he could die or face amputation if he did not dispose of the three liters of Vaseline he injected into each arm.
Tereshin expanded his biceps 10 inches in just 10 days after injecting ‘liters’ of synthol into his arms.
The use of synthol can lead to embolisms in the lungs, strokes, cysts, and ulcers.
Before the dead muscle was removed, Tereshin was defeated in a span of three minutes in an MMA fight against Oleg Mongol in Siberia in October 2019.
Footage from the ‘crazy’ fight shows Tereshin fighting his opponent in the city of Abakan before he is forced to the ground.
The disastrous implants were causing Mr. Tereshin “high fever, severe pain and weakness.”
His opponent, 20 years his senior, settled the fight by placing an elbow to his throat, an attack that could be considered illegal under Russian MMA rules.
However, Tereshin conceded and the fight was over in three minutes.
Surgeon Dmitry Melnikov, who extracted the substance from Tereshin’s arms, warned against the practice, stating: “Vaseline saturates the muscles, under the skin tissues, and the skin itself.”
“I think Kirill did not fully realize the consequences of what he had been doing,” he added.