Charlie Hunnam Reveals Why He Started Vaping

Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam is featured in the cover story of this month’s edition of Men’s Health. In the article he reveals his workout routines, how he changed his body for different roles, and, most importantly, why he started vaping.

From the article:

“The body transformations continued with Papillon, the most recent movie he filmed. He’d regained some weight and had to lose 30 pounds. “My body was reluctant to drop the weight again,” he says. He used the same vegan diet and stole a vice from his character, a felon-turned-prison-escapee: cigarettes. Hunnam puffed “like a madman” and sustained himself on coffee and nicotine for three months. “My body was a mess,” he says. “It’s not easy to quit smoking.” He’s currently using e-cigarettes to transition off.

Someone should tell him that the FDA doesn’t approve of his message.



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