Fans were stunned to see rapper Chunkz transform as he stood on the pitch for this year’s Soccer Aid.
Last year, Soccer Aid viewers took to Twitter accusing the comment of “fat shaming” its celebrity players.
People watching the charity soccer game from home complained of “gruesome” comments in the comment box about YouTube star Chunkz.
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Clive Tyldesley said, “He’s so big that you can take tours around him.”
One disgruntled viewer said, “Chunkz was put to shame and missed a clerk who I hate here.”
Fans were open-mouthed as he metamorphosed as he chatted in the Etihad Stadium locker room.
“Chunkz weight loss is insane,” said one fan on Twitter.
“Since he’s thin now, can we please petition for @Chunkz to be called Slices now? … just a thought,” said another.
“WHERE’S CHUNKZ?” joked another
“Is it me or has Chunkz lost a ton of weight?” asked another.
“Fair play, the boy.”
“Chunkz lost bare weight, man. Somebody compares his last appearance on Soccer Aid to this because it’s crazy,” commented another.
The 25-year-old shared his weight loss journey on his social media.
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Chunkz, real name Amin Mohamed, wrote: “2020/2021 Soccer Aid comparison, 25 kg difference, much fitter and ready to cash in.”
Manchester United star Jesse Lingard told him: “I’m so proud of you brother.”
“That’s inspiring,” said another supporter.
“The glow,” praised another.
Now in the 10th year, Football aid raises money for Unicef and the donation will again focus on the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chunkz is one of many familiar faces who came to Etihad for the game, which will air live on ITV.
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Chunkz is most famous for his appearance as Asznee in the 2017 novelty song Man’s Not Hot, which brought him to fame.
Chunkz also posts rap battle videos on his YouTube channel, as well as challenges, pranks, and videos on his popular #MANDM series.
He recently challenged Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling to a bottle spin challenge while filming the Pepsi #UCLisback commercial.
In 2019, Chunkz joined the collaborative group Beta Squad on YouTube along with four other YouTubers, including Niko Omilana.
In December 2020 he moderated the MOBO Awards 2020 with Maya Jama.
And most recently he joined Jack Grealish at the Leeds Festival and the two were invited on stage with Stormzy.