Rock bottom

Milo Yiannopolous has resorted to selling vitamins on the radio to make a living

Oh, how the mighty have fallen.

It wasn’t all that long ago that Milo Yiannopolous was the gay darling of the Alt-right movement and a star columnist for Breitbart. He had a book deal with Simon & Schuster and made regular appearances on conservative news outlets.

And then it all came crashing down.

Related: The awesomely fast decline and fall of Milo Yiannopolous

These days, Milo has resorted to hawking vitamins on satellite radio. No, seriously. That’s what he’s doing now.

On a recent episode of InfoWars, Milo took a moment to talk about a 30-day supply of supplements called “Icuren,” which claims to be a liver and kidney “cleanse.”

“The best endorsement I can give you is that I’m very careful about what I put inside myself,” Milo said, before swallowing the supplement and exclaiming “Let’s do it!”

To all of your wannabe trolls out there, let this be a cautionary tale:

Here’s the full 12-minute segment, including an extended period of Milo struggling to take live calls from listeners, if that’s something you feel you need in your life: