University of Georgia Cheerleader Turns Down $75,000 Modeling Contract Because of Recommended Steroid Use
Which way to the beach, Anna?
Anna Watson, who is a junior at the University of Georgia, appears to be larger than half of the football team. Watson is making news for turning down a $75,000 guaranteed fitness modeling contract because they would force her to take a steroid. When Watson talked to Georgia’s University newspaper, Red and Black, she had this to say:
“It’s an elite position to be a cheerleader at UGA. They have hundreds of girls try out, and to be selected out of all of those people to be on the team, it’s kind of a big deal. So those girls were very humble and gracious and patient to help me just learn the basic stuff.”
Watson added four inches on her arms in ten months, which isn’t surprising when she can bench press 155 pounds, squat 255, and dead lift 230. The modeling agency wanted her to use a legal anabolic steroid, named Anavar, but instead of cashing in on the contract and adding 50 more pounds of muscle, Watson is listening to God.
“I don’t serve a modeling agent. I serve the Lord. I’m not going to compromise my morals and my beliefs just to take pictures. I believe that my body is a temple and a beautiful creation, so I don’t want to put anything into it that can harm it.”
However, the Lord didn’t save her from rupturing her Achilles tendon three home games into Georgia’s football season.
If you want to learn more about Anna Watson, you can find the article here.