Calum von Moger ‘Frustrated’ People Around Him ‘Aren’t Showing True Colors’
“It bothers me that people fakes their true emotions. They will be this entirely different person when you’re not around, but the moment you show up they put on a facade and arouse their inner thespian.
To express my feelings in the most simplistic terms I can say “I’m sick of fake people. Period. “Sometimes it seems that the louder someone claims sainthood, the bigger the horns they are hiding.Throughout my life, I have seen people play the role of different characters around their peers. At times, they could be the worst of people.People happily wear these metaphorical masks depending on who they are with.Instead of embracing their true personality, they change who they are around select people.. It frustrates me when people would rather keep their mask on, instead of taking it off and revealing their true colors.I don’t like being fake. You may not like what I say but you’ll always know where you stand with me.If my actions tell you that I like you then I’m not acting. I’m a genuine person. It hasn’t always been that way but people learn and they grow.I don’t understand being nice to someone’s face and then shit talking them behind their back. I don’t understand not being upfront and forthcoming about your feelings of others.” Calum von Moger wrote.
In light of von Moger’s recent troubles, bodybuilding legend and fellow Australian Lee Priest came to his defense. According to Priest, addiction can happen to anyone, and added that ‘when you hit your lowest, you find out who your true friends are.’ It appears those statements rang especially true for von Moger, who apparently has taken issue with some of the people close in his circle.
While he’s tasked with an uphill battle, von Moger hasn’t given up on himself. Following his hospital scare, von Moger indicated that he’s grateful to be alive.
He equated his troubles to a ‘bad dream’ and plans to make the most of his second chance at life. Judging by one of his latest Instagram posts, von Moger is hellbent on removing fake people from his life who don’t share the same vision as he does.