Tech mogul Bryan Johnson ripped his extreme anti-aging regimen
The ultra-wealthy middle-aged venture capitalist who spends around $2million a year to reset his biological clock to 18 says he’s been inundated with criticism on social media from trolls who slander him. accused of being a “narcissist”. Bryan Johnson, the 45-year-old tech mogul who sold payment processor Braintree to eBay for $800 million in cash a decade ago, tweeted a list of insults that have been hurled at him online since Bloomberg News published a profile Wednesday detailing her extreme anti-aging regimen. “Should we tell him he doesn’t look 18?” commented a reviewer on social media. “What if while he’s there, get a face transplant?” another Twitter user remarked, adding, “He looks 91!” “It’s a workload,” joked another Twitter user, responding to reports that Johnson also wants his internal organs, including his rectum, to function young. Johnson was ridiculed by Twitter users who said he didn’t look 18.Josh DeAngelis Johnson said he was unimpressed with “haters” on social media.Bryan Johnson/Master Plan “Can I have your prostate when you’re done?” wrote another Twitter user. “Don’t leave us hanging. Show us some stats,” another said in response to Johnson’s admission that while he sleeps he is hooked up to machines that send electromagnetic pulses to his pelvis and count his nocturnal erections. One person wondered if Johnson, who employs an army of 30 doctors and medical professionals to age his organs, “might want to add a psychiatrist to his roster of doctors.” Dustin Yellowing Johnson takes about two dozen supplements a day, trains an hour a day, and adheres to a strict vegan diet.Bryan Johnson/Master Plan Another naysayer said: “He looks like a total crackpot.” Johnson’s routine consists of daily exercise, regular blood tests and a strict vegan diet. He also wears specialized glasses that block blue light two hours before bedtime. His critics, however, were unimpressed. Johnson also enlists the services of 30 doctors and medical professionals who help him fight aging.Bryan Johnson/Master Plan Bryan Johnson, 45, has been relentlessly trolled on social media for his extreme anti-aging diet.Bloomberg via Getty Images “He looks like raw chicken,” wrote one commenter. “Maybe he is choking on a piece of broccoli or mushroom,” one Twitter user commented. Another suggested: “He should eat a cheeseburger in real time for charity.” Johnson is one of many Silicon Valley tech moguls who have spent large sums of money researching ways to increase human longevity. 1/ Today’s responses have been surprisingly moderate. Haters, I know you work hard to create zingers, takedowns, and insults. I look forward to them!To start, some goodies from today…— Bryan Johnson (@bryan_johnson) January 26, 2023 3/+ Maybe he is choking on a piece of broccoli or mushroom.+ He should eat a cheeseburger in real time for charity. + Eat well, exercise, die anyway. It’s narcissism gone wild.+ It looks like a raw chicken.+ Can I have your prostate when you’re done?— Bryan Johnson (@bryan_johnson) January 26, 2023 But the pie-in-the-sky notion of eternal youth has seemed far-fetched to some. “Eat well, exercise, die anyway,” one Twitter user remarked. “It’s narcissism gone wild.” Despite the torrent of abuse, Johnson appeared unfazed. “Today’s responses were surprisingly moderate,” he tweeted on Wednesday. “Haters, I know you work hard to create zingers, takedowns and insults. He added: I look forward to them! Johnson told Bloomberg News that while building Braintree, he became overweight, depressed and almost suicidal – due to a build-up of stress and long work hours. Johnson said he became depressed and overweight as he worked long hours in his 30s.Getty Images Johnson has been accused of being a “narcissist” for thinking he could challenge Father Time.Bryan Johnson/Master Plan He recently founded another startup, Kernel, which makes $50,000 headphones that are said to be able to read brainwaves. “What I’m doing may seem extreme, but I’m trying to prove that self-harm and decay aren’t inevitable,” Johnson told Bloomberg News.