Chunkz Before and After: He Has Undergone an Incredible Bodily Makeover for Soccer Aid
Amin Mohammed (born February 21, 1996) is an English YouTube personality, host, performer, and former musician best known by his stage name Chunkz. His YouTube channel, which has over 1.8 million subscribers and 142 million video views as of June 2021, has more than 1.8 million subscribers and 142 million video views. He’s a part of the Beta Squad YouTube channel.
Mohammed came from a Somali household and was born on February 21, 1996. He adheres to the Islamic faith.
Chunkz Before and After
After shedding a significant amount of weight in the past year, Amin Mohammed (Chunkz ) is ready to represent England at Soccer Aid.
Since his appearance in Soccer Aid 2020, the Youtube star, 25, has shed 25 kilograms. Chunkz is exercising with Wayne Rooney in England, flaunting his 25-pound weight loss.
He now appears to be in good shape to face the World XI, as seen by an Instagram photo of him in training with Wayne Rooney.
Chunkz could be seeking vengeance after missing the game-winning penalty kick in England’s penalty shootout loss last year.
Yung Filly, a personal friend of his, won the game by scoring England’s sole goal. Chunkz shared a comparison of how he appeared at Soccer Aid 2020 versus how he looks now, as well as his weight loss journey.
On Instagram, he stated, “Comparison of 2020/2021 Soccer Aid, 25kg difference, lot fitter, and ready to redeem. England, come on.” Yung Filly, a fellow YouTuber, responded, ” “I’m very happy of you, dude; you’re an inspiration to many!!! Der will be on board.”
Chunkz has come a long way since last year’s Soccer Aid when he was fat-shamed by ITV pundit Clive Tyldesley. Chunkz’s size was frequently mentioned by Tyldesley, who claimed that he could “conduct guided tours around him.” Tyldesley was dropped from commentating on Soccer Aid after the YouTube celebrity was claimed to be unhappy in the locker room after the match.
Career in YouTube
On the 23rd of July, 2015, Mohammed created a Chunkz account. With his pal Sharky, he made vlogs, challenges, pranks, and other videos on YouTube in the beginning.
He established a partnership with Yung Filly and made YouTube contributions.
In 2019, Chunkz, along with four other YouTubers, Sharky, AJ Shabeel, Kenny, and Niko Omilana, became members of the Beta Squad, a collaborative YouTube organization.
In Big Shaq’s 2017 music video “Man’s Not Hot,” Mohammed played the character Asznee. In March 2018, he collaborated with Michael Dapaah to help the train ticket retailer Trainline build a voice app for the Google Assistant to make rail route planning easier.
Mohammed collaborated with Yung Filly on his first rap single, “Clean Up,” which was released in March 2020. He and Yung Filly released a new single and music video titled “Hold” in October 2020, following up on their previous hit. Mohammed declared his retirement from music in May 2021, citing his religious convictions as the reason.
Mohammed will join Sky Sports Saturday morning show #SaturdaySocial as a co-host in September 2020. He was also revealed as a co-host for The Aphetor Games, an extreme sports competition featuring next-gen content creators, later that month. He and Maya Jama will co-host the MOBO Awards in December 2020.
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