World’s Smallest Bodybuilder

I know this really doesn’t have anything to do with anything that 4080 stands for,
but it’s just too insane not to post about.

The Daily Mail, Fox News, and the Daily Telegraph are all reporting essentially the same story. It almost seems like it’s too crazy to believe, but hey, just in case I felt like throwing it up here. So even if it is a fake story or something, you can’t help but enjoy it!

Aditya ‘Romeo’ Dev is the world’s smallest bodybuilder, and weighs in at around 9 kgs (that’s like 20 pounds). He claims he’s now the world’s strongest dwarf since he can lift 1.5 kg dumbells. That’s pretty impressive, considering it’s like 15% of his body weight.

Even better is that he loves to dance, and apparently his life goal is to go perform with his “idol”, UK producer Jazzy-B. Jazzy is a pretty hilarious fellow, so you should check him out.


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