What happened to Kali Muscle?

FANS have been left concerned after fitness icon Kali Muscle revealed his latest health diagnosis.

The bodybuilder, from Oakland, California, is a popular figure online and has previously starred on screen. Here’s all you need to know.

Who is Kali Muscle?

Kali Muscle is an American actor, author, bodybuilder and entertainer

He is best known for his YouTube channel where he posts workout and nutrition videos.

As of Nov 8, 2021 , the channel boasts over 2.49million subscribers.  

Despite previously spending a spell in jail when he was younger, the fitness influencer has also forged a career in film and TV.

According to FitnessVolt., Kali has previously starred in commercials for brands such as Geico, Snickers, Taco Bell, and Honda.

He has also featured in films such as Wonder Woman (2011) and The Dog Who Saved The Holidays (2012).

What happened to Kali Muscle?

The 46-year old revealed that he had been hospitalized following a massive heart attack that he thought was heartburn, reports say.

Sharing the news to his thousands of YouTube subscribers, he explained how he he woke up with chest pains after taking a nap.

He thought the pain was heartburn before his girlfriend took him to the hospital.

The actor, real name Chuck Kirkendall, said that the artery that supplies blood to the left side of the body was "100 percent clogged", according to Fitness Volt.

The bodybuilder said he previously suffered from migraines and swelling in his feet.

Kali said: “I’ve always been concerned so I don’t want to say it’s a wake-up call.”

The actor had emergency surgery but said he wasn't scared.

How is Kali Muscle doing?

On November 7, Kali posted a YouTube video from a hospital bed and was able to send out a message to his fans.

Kali said: "Make sure you guys take care of your health. That's what I've been talking to you about anyway.

“And you know, God is using me as an example.

"Some people don't get a second chance, man. I got my twins and I gotta live, man."

Fans on social media wished the bodybuilder a speedy recovery.

One Twitter user said: "Thinking of you dog, I’ve watched your videos for motivation, the strength is within, we know that.

“I send my energy to you. Get well Kali Muscle."

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