Simu Liu is Now Old Spice’s First Canadian Ambassador and Oh My God My Body is Ready

Simu Liu is Now Old Spice’s First Canadian Ambassador and Oh My God My Body is Ready
Carl Samson
May 6, 2019
“Kim’s Convenience”
Over the weekend, the 30-year-old actor, writer and producer announced his partnership with the brand in a Boomerang video, where he is seen posing for what appears to be an upcoming advertisement.
“To keep my body smelling manly and fresh, I use soap with REAL ingredients,” Liu wrote on Instagram. “Results may vary; chiseled body not guaranteed.”
“So excited for this collaboration with Old Spice as their first Canadian ambassador!”
Meanwhile, he shared the same video on his Twitter account for everyone to enjoy his topless Boomerang, adding that “we’ve come a hell of a long way since Long Duk Dong.”
For those who may not know, Long Duk Dong is an Asian character from the 1984 film “Sixteen Candles,” that  is notorious for its offensive and stereotypical portrayal of the Asian male.
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Born in Harbin, China, Liu immigrated to Canada at the age of 5. In 2017, he was nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series at the Canadian Screen Awards for his role as Paul Xie in “Blood and Water.”
He currently stars in “Kim’s Convenience” as Jung Kim, a role that redefines perception of Asian masculinity.
Fans went bonkers about his new collaboration with Old Spice:
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Featured Images via Instagram / @simuliu
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