One of the biggest rock acts of the late 1970s, Meat Loaf is best known for his mega-hit 1977 LP Bat Out of Hell, which spawned such chart-topping singles as “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad” and “Paradise By the Dashboard Light”.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, the 72-year-old rocker — whose real name is Marvin Lee Aday — recalled that he never had any trouble finding “good-looking” women to sleep with him, even when he tipped the scales at 265 pounds.

“Most of my songs are… well, true. They are story songs and I am really good at stories… I am a sex god, dear,” he told the Mail.

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“I can’t use bad language but people would ask me, ‘How can a fat M-F like you go out with all these good-looking girls?’ I said, ‘Because I am not going out thinking about what you are thinking about,'” he continued. “These days men don’t open the doors, they don’t do anything right. Truthfully, all they go out for is to get laid. I’ve never done that. It’s not my first option; never has been — and that’s why I’ve gone out with all these good-looking women.”

In fact, he insisted it had always been that way, and reminisced about having his first “threeway” in high school with two female friends. “Oh yeah, that was the first double I had,” he said. “We were making out in the parking lot in my mother’s car.”

These days, his weight is a considerably lower 195, and he shared the secret to his 70-pound weight loss. “I will tell you how to lose weight. Look at the fat and the sugar content. Don’t worry about the calories,” he explained.

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“Don’t eat anything over 5g of fat and 3g of sugar,” he added. “I once did a low-carb diet and lost 70 pounds but I put it all back on.”

During the interview he also expressed his belief that 16-year-old climate change Greta Thunberg has been brainwashed — because he doesn’t believe climate change is real.

“I feel for that Greta. She has been brainwashed into thinking that there is climate change and there isn’t,” he stated. “She hasn’t done anything wrong but she’s been forced into thinking that what she is saying is true.”

Thunberg then shared a post about the climate target “slipping out of reach,” referencing Meat Loaf’s comments in the caption.

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