Clarence Perrio, the eldest of the three Perrio siblings who starred in the One Ton Family special of WEtv's My 600 Lb Life, is still losing weight, and he looks great.
33 year old Clarence and his two sisters all battled obesity. According to the siblings, they all began putting on weight when their parents split.
Clarence, who weighted 582 pounds, was actually the lightest of the Perrio siblings — but, at that weight, he wasn’t congratulating himself.
At the start of Clarence’s weight loss journey, the 33-year-old was battling obesity alongside both of his sisters. The siblings had struggled ever since their parents’ split; by their first consultation with Dr. Nowzaradan, all three were shocked by the extent of the damage they’d done to themselves.
During One Ton Family, the siblings all got weight loss surgery - and it appeared to be a success. By the end of the season, the siblings lost a combined 700 of the 2,005 pounds they’d weighed coming into the season.
And it looks like Clarence definitely kept the weight off. Here are some recent pics of him:
And here's video of him playing basketball in the gym:
Clarence offered an applause-worthy full-body update with a three-part video of himself playing basketball at a local gym. Based on the footage of Clarence running around the court — not to mention the comfort with which he moves — it seems safe to say that the newly 35-year-old Clarence has kept all his lost weight off and then some. As Clarence himself put it, “I’ve always been quick and smooth with a decent shot and above average handle for a big n!gga.”