Fully-Vaxxed 'Super Size Me' Star Dies of Turbo Cancer at 53 – EVOL

Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock has tragically died at 53 after a short battle with turbo cancer.

Spurlock is best known for his groundbreaking exposé “Super Size Me” where he chronicled the effects of consuming only McDonald’s for a month.

He died this week from terminal cancer at the age of 53.

Spurlock’s brother, Craig, broke the news to Variety on Friday, saying, “It was a sad day, as we said goodbye to my brother Morgan.”

“Morgan gave so much through his art, ideas and generosity. Today the world has lost a true creative genius and a special man. I am so proud to have worked together with him.”

The filmmaker, who had been receiving chemotherapy treatment, evidently promoted the Covid-19 vaccine, prompting many to speculate the jab may have caused Spurlock to develop “turbo cancer.”

🚨‼️Breaking: dead at 53.

Morgan Spurlock, who I’ve had the honor of meeting with his now ex, will try to post some pics later, just died of cancer. He ate so healthy!! 😭 Do you know what he had in common with the others? . #SupersizeMe. #TurboCancer. pic.twitter.com/8UeOENoPCF

— Erin Elizabeth Health Nut News 🙌 (@unhealthytruth) May 24, 2024

“Morgan refused to listen



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