American rapper Johnathan Jamall Porter, who is known professionally as ‘Blueface’ turned heads online recently in a show of strength. In an Instagram post shared by influencer Bradley Martyn, Blueface turned in an impressive deadlift of over 300 pounds.
In addition to his rap and hip-hop contributions, Blueface hasn’t shied away from other athletic endeavors like combat sports. He was featured as an amateur boxer at the BKFC: VanZant vs. Ostovich (Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship) event in July 2021. Blueface shared the ring with Kane Trujillo and was declared the winner via unanimous decision following a 3-round contest.
Bradley Martyn has also showcased his athleticism and freaky strength on a number of occasions. In a gym stunt gone wrong, Martyn lifted a woman standing on a weight plate, but ultimately, she came crashing down and damaged his face. As a result of the accident, Bradley received 10 stitches on the inside of his mouth.
His viral gym encounters have even caught the attention of one of the strongest bodybuilders of all time, Ronnie Coleman. During his career, Coleman shocked the world with 2,300-pound leg presses and 800-pound deadlifts. After reviewing Bradley’s craziest stunts, Coleman was most impressed with the influencer’s hoverboard deadlift.
Rapper Blueface Impresses Bradley Martyn with Leg-Shaking Deadlift of Over 300 Lbs
Check out Blueface’s lift below:
Testing @bluefasebabyy & @chriseanrockbabyy maxes @zooculture” Bradley Martyn wrote.
The deadlift was completed using a lifting belt. After the 26-year-old dropped the weight on the floor, Bradley Martyn was visibly impressed. Blueface said the lift made him feel really lightheaded afterward. Seven-time 212 Olympia Flex Lewis gave his funny reaction in the comment section.
Influencer Kenny KO responded to Blueface’s lift as well.
Kenny is notorious for videos on YouTube, where he takes a closer look at athletes and influencers who claim they don’t use steroids/performance-enhancing drugs. Bradley Martyn hopped on the trend recently and broke down the ‘natty or not’ statuses of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Mike O’Hearn, and Liver King, real name Brian Johnson.
Blueface isn’t the only rapper making headlines for his strength at the gym. Clifford Smith Jr., well known as ‘Method Man’ continues to turn back the clock at 51 years old. He showcased a 500-pound deadlift last November and later said his natural status was ‘tested and approved’ after smashing 120-pound incline dumbbell presses for reps.
Despite a busy schedule, Blueface is maintaining his strength while away from the boxing ring. Perhaps heavier lifts like these are on the horizon if he keeps training with Bradley Martyn.