While it’s unclear if Milo is aware of the buzz surrounding his gym get-up, he previously revealed he was “not uncomfortable” being called a sex symbol.

“I think what I try to do is best represent what men could be, which is kind, which is giving, which is not a pushover,” the actor said back in 2017 during an interview on SiriusXM’s Bevelations. “Don’t mistake that…Just be a strong man, a good man, contribute to the world instead of taking away from it. I think in [doing] that, you’re going to attract a good mate.”

He continued, “You’re going to attract someone who is going to admire you for who you are, maybe not for how your nose is placed in relation to your chin.”

Milo also expressed his gratitude for having such a devoted fanbase.

“I get people smiling and approaching me and loving what I’m a part of,” he explained. “If I can just kind of give back to them and make them feel as important…as they’re making me feel in saying, ‘I appreciate what you do,’ well, ‘I appreciate that you appreciate what I do, and I appreciate you just a person sitting in front of me. Hell, man!'”