King of All Blacks has undergone a significant weight loss of 74 pounds by taking Ozempic. The member of Wack Pack of The Howard Stern Show, whose real name is Lawrence Coward, recently revealed his new body in a video where he said that he took Ozempic once a week. After weight loss, King of All Blacks, in his words, has gotten thin and svelte and has made a comeback.
King of All Blacks is a member of the Wack Pack, which is a collection of Howard Stern's fans who have received varying degrees of notoriety for their antics and the nature of their calls on his radio show. As a longtime caller of The Howard Stern Show, he became the host of the Black on Black radio show on Stern's Sirius radio channel. His real name is Lawrence Coward and he has been featured in All the Kings' Men: A Wack Pack Documentary.
He recently revealed that he underwent weight loss in a video he made addressing Stern and his cohost Robin Quivers, who shared that video on his show and discussed his new thin-ness and his new size. Let's learn about King of All Blacks' weight loss!
King of All Blacks' Weight Loss: Lawrence Coward Took Ozempic Once a Week and He is Now 74 Pounds Lighter!
King of All Blacks has undergone a massive weight loss of 74 pounds and he seems very happy that he has gotten thinner and more svelte.
The longtime Howard Stern Show caller recently made a video addressing Stern and his cohost Robin Quivers to show off his new body after a significant weight loss. Stern shared that video on his show and made a commentary about the thinness of King of All Blacks and how it p*ssed him that everybody was thin these days. He said that it p*ssed him off because he 'loved that he had the willpower to be thin but now, that's not even a superpower anymore.' To put it simply, he hated that 'everybody has a radio show, everybody's skinny.'
King of All Blacks had a weight loss of 74 pounds by taking Ozempic.
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But I digress. It's not about how Howard Stern feels about one of the Wack Pack getting thin. It's about the weight loss of King of All Blacks who, by the way, seemed very happy and proud to have shed 74 pounds, to have gotten a new appearance, and to have gotten a lot thinner than before. Not that he was morbidly obese ever but he was overweight and he could do with losing some extra pounds.
And how did he go on about losing those extra pounds? Well, Lawrence Coward (that's the real name of King of All Blacks) admitted to taking Ozempic. He was very open about not having a natural weight loss, which was one of the points of discussion on the show. Robin Quivers brought it up how 'they keep saying here's how much weight I lost' but they didn't really lose the weight themselves because 'it's Ozempic that lost the weight.'
It was very fresh during the trend of using Ozempic to lose weight and then denying the use of the antidiabetic medication and claiming that you have lost weight naturally that King of All Blacks did not hesitate to rightfully credit Ozempic for the weight loss. He had never been that size before and if it wasn't for Ozempic, he might not have been. He's very happy with his decision to take the medication to lose weight. In the video, he said,
Ozempic in the house. Just wanted to shoot a little video to show you how much weight I lost. Yes! King of All Blacks. It's for you, Howard and Robin. I'm svelte, I made a comeback. 74 pounds. Shout out to Ozempic. Once a week and you could look like me.
Who is King of All Blacks? How Did Lawrence Coward Become a Member of the Wack Pack?
King of All Blacks has been one of the Wack Packers for almost thirty years now.
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King of All Blacks has been a member of Wack Pack on The Howard Stern Show for almost three decades now. A Wack Pack member is a caller on the show who has gained notoriety for their antiques and the nature of their call. They are usually someone who doesn't know that they are funny but can be offensive unintentionally which brings the question about how King of All Blacks became one of the Wack Packers.
Howard Stern went on to say a little bit about it on November 23, 2016, which was the 23rd anniversary of Lawrence Coward calling on the show. Stern said,
One of the few Wack Packers who actually came up with his own name. I did not name him that. He became a regular on the show because he was a garbage man and he would call us with these outrageous things.