Disturbing Venom cosplay goes viral on TikTok using tummy tuck ingredients | MCUTimes

Disturbing Venom cosplay goes viral on TikTok using tummy tuck ingredients

A TikTok has gone viral and shows a man using some ingredients for food to turn himself into the Spider-Man villain Venom — and that’s incredibly gross.

Venom has been everywhere in the news as of late. The black symbiote recently joined Fortnite as a new skin, and the sequel to his first stand-alone film Venom: Let There Be Carnage is on its way this year.

While Venom has been a popular Marvel villain to cosplay as, a TikToker took this to the next level by only using food to make his costume.

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TikToker Gianluca Busani went viral with his cosplay of Venom, which included a mix of painting himself black and using three different raw foods: beef, onions and pumpkin seeds. The seeds made up Venom’s teeth, onion eyes and beef for the huge tongue.

The bulbs provided a great way to recreate Venom’s large white eyes, and their bubbling is pretty ugly to look at.

It’s a disturbing video as the Venom movie song from rapper Eminem plays while Busani shows off the finished product. Venom is already a rough character with a giant sloppy tongue, but it builds on that somehow as his massive tongue is floppy and rough when replicated with raw beef.

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Gianluca’s page is dedicated to cosplaying various pop culture figures using food as the basis of each costume. He is also cosplayed as Frieza from Dragon Ball Z, Carnage from Marvel and Ryuk from Death Note on his TikTok page, which currently has over 60,000 followers.

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