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Who Was Gino Molina AKA Big Wicked? Strength Cartel Member’s Sudden Death Leaves Fitness Industry In Shock



Gino’s age was not disclosed by his loved ones.

Gino Molina, a fitness influencer famously known as ‘Big Wicked‘ passed away on Sunday. The news of the heavyweight lifter’s sudden death shocked many around him, especially after the supplement brand Strength Cartel announced it on social media. This comes hours after the gym freak was spotted spending quality time with his sister over the Memorial weekend. Tributes started pouring on Gino and Strength Cartel’s Instagram pages shortly after the news was shared by the company owned by Jake Johns aka Big SC Boy.

“May Wicked rest in peace, and our deepest condolences go out to his family on behalf of the entire Strength Cartel family. Our hearts are with you during this difficult time,” the Strength Cartel, a supplement company whose headquarters are in New York, wrote in a post dedicated to one of its squad members.

Strength Cartel’s owner Big SC Boy also paid tribute to Gino ‘Wicked’ after his shocking death. “Rest In Peace Big Wicks🕊 I Love You My Brother,” he remarked while posting pictures of fitness enthusiasts together.

Big Wicked’s cause of death was not made public by either of his family members or Big SC Boy. A day before his demise, Gino reposed some of the moments he spent with his sister Yvonne Molina on his IG Stories section.

Who Was Gino Molina AKA Big Wicked Strength Cartel Announces Death Of Fitness Influencer
Screengrab of the last few stories posted on Gino Molina’s IG handle. (Image Credits: IG/ wicked_sc)

Who Was Gino Molina?

Gino Molina was a fitness influencer and bodybuilder, with a significant number of people following him on social media. His death sent shock waves among the power-lifting community. Tributes started coming in after his demise:

“i was just with him Friday night talking at sage in whittier gave bro a huge hug wtf bro no way!!!!” wrote a user on IG while remembering Gino.

Another user added, “Just saw his story yesterday, RIP to the homie.”

Among the well-known names, “RIP @wicked_sc We have so many great times together,” remarked Kali Muscle, a social media weight loss coach with over a million followers on IG. IFBB PRO bodybuilder Patrick Fulgham also paid tribute to the fitness influencer.

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