Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay who is popular for his cooking style and skills has sparked outrage on social media. The fact that he not only shot a goat for his National Geographic TV show, Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted but also cooking it live on the show has enraged many and since then people are slamming him and criticising his actions. Enraged animal lovers took to social media to criticise the celebrated chef for his inconsiderate and barbarous stunt on TV.
Gordon's show, Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted follows the chef where he explores 'people, places and flavours that the world has to offer', at least, that's what National Geographic says. The series which commenced in Peru brought the star chef Ramsay to the South Island of New Zealand. There, according to the New Zealand Herald, the chef's aim was to 'discover the secrets of Maori cuisine.'
While in New Zealand, chef Monique Fiso took the front seat and led the way. He introduced him to the edible wild plants and then asked him to kill a mountain goat. It was Mr Ramsay's shooting of the goat that has received a lot of backlashes online. It didn't end there. The goat was then cooked and served with a berry chutney and a salad.
A user wrote, "and now we have #GordonRamsay on #NationalGeographic of all places shooting goats for TV cook ups... Unbelievable @peta @CBTHunting @HuntSabs @LeagueACS @HSIGlobal." Have a look at his tweet here:
Another Twitter user wrote, "Inhuman! This will inspire & encourage people who organize Trophy Hunting #GordonRamsay."
One twitter user wrote, "Im absolutely AGAINST trophy hunting. But the outrage against @GordonRamsay is a bit hypocritical. Where'd u think your lamb & mutton came from? Also, it's how traditional folk not just in New Zealand but many countries eat. Even meat in cold storage was once alive #GordonRamsay." Have a look at her tweet here:
Bonnie Heather, a twitter user wrote, "Chef #GordonRamsay outraged animal lovers by shooting a goat on his Uncharted TV show. Upset viewers slammed him 4being “thoughtless&cruel, profiting from misery, suffering, murder of innocent animals” after he ate the animal while filming in New Zealand."
In February last year, Ramsay was criticised for mocking animal welfare charity PETA. "I'm a member of PETA ! People eating tasty animals," he had tweeted at the time. What do you have to say about Ramsay's actions? Let us know by tweeting to us @bollywood_life.
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