American football star Will Levis has gone viral after revealing his grim guilty pleasure that he drinks his coffee with.
The Kentucky Wildcats quarterback admitted he adds mayonnaise to his hot beverage and proceeded to show us how it looks, and it's not great. The 23-year-old said: “Will Levis, quarterback at the University of Kentucky, and I have been known to put mayonnaise in my coffee sometimes.”
If you thought he was joking, he certainly wasn’t as he demonstrated the questionable beverage choice while being filmed. After pouring black coffee into his cup, he grabbed a bottle of mayonnaise and squeezed in a significant amount of the thick, creamy condiment. He stirred the awful-looking concoction and gestured "cheers" before taking a sip.
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Social media users were completely grossed out by the American’s choice of drink as they took to the comments. “You could just not do that ya know,” Twitter user @Ben_Owens4632 said, before @hwgkpfjh4n added: “Hope Kentucky loses every game this year.”
The horrified @Jasontran1991 wrote: “That’s disgusting. GTFO,” while @KD_uno posted: “Nah bro this is just sick.” This is nothing new for Levis, who explained why he puts coffee in his mayonnaise to Kentucky Sports Radio last year.
“It's not something I had planned out, it’s just spur of the moment stuff. I was out at breakfast at Josie’s with my girlfriend and I think I looked over and I was wondering why there was mayonnaise at the table, kinda forgetting I put mayonnaise on my egg sandwiches sometimes. She said ‘maybe some people put it in their coffee’, jokingly, and I was like ‘maybe I should do that.’
Last month Levis spoke to Kentucky Sports Radio again and told them he needs to speak to his nutritionist to “find a plan that allows me to have mayo in my diet as frequently as I can, before adding “It’s a staple” of his palette.
He previously played for the Penn State Nittany Lions before transferring to Kentucky in 2021 after having graduated with a bachelor's degree in finance. He was named the starter to open the season and in his first start threw for 367 yards and four touchdowns.
Levis started all 13 games for Kentucky, completing 233 of 353 passes for 2,827 yards and 24 touchdown passes while running for 376 yards and 9 touchdowns on 107 rushes.
Levis led the team to its second 10-win season since 2018, including defeating No. 15 Iowa in the 2022 Citrus Bowl in January.
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