A lot of people know that eating raw things can be very hazardous to their health more especially of they are making it a habit. Just the thought of eating raw meat doesn't sit well with a lot of people but guess what, there are people who prefer to eat raw meat and we have been seeing one who is an influencer on social media.
He goes by the Twitter handle, Mr Smeg and he is popularly known for moving around with his Smeg Kettle. In the past when he shared his lunch box with only raw liver from Woolworths and a lot of people couldn't believe their eyes, as they thought they will never see such from him, he recently shared again on social media, his lunch and this time around, it was raw Lamb liver and honey.
Still a lot of people were left speechless as well as with so many questions as to how come he eats raw meat. Would you eat this even if you were to be paid a lot of money? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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