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A controversial vegan TikToker roasted Gordon Ramsay for eating meat, and he responded by shoving a hamburger in his mouth

Summary List PlacementGordon Ramsay has become famous for his elaborate burgers, beef wellington, and animal protein-packed English breakfast, all of which prove the chef is far from a practicing vegan.  In addition to his cooking prowess, the "MasterChef" judge became a TikTok star last year for roasting home cooks. But...

Gordon Ramsay TikTok Vegan Duet

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Gordon Ramsay has become famous for his elaborate burgers, beef wellington, and animal protein-packed English breakfast, all of which prove the chef is far from a practicing vegan

In addition to his cooking prowess, the “MasterChef” judge became a TikTok star last year for roasting home cooks. But he posted a duet video yesterday that shows someone turning the tables back on him.

In November, That Vegan Teacher (Miss Kadie), a controversial vegan TikToker who has been criticized for putting her dog on a vegan diet, shared a song she wrote and performed specifically for Ramsay. (At the time of writing, her original video had 4.5 million views.)

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Miss Kadie’s lyrics are pretty straight forward: “Eating animals is wrong, Gordon Ramsay. Hurting animals is wrong, Gordon Ramsay. Share this song, Gordon Ramsay.”

Yesterday, the “Gordon Ramsay’s American Road Trip” host finally heeded Miss Kadie’s call and shared her song. He posted a duet video in his classic #RamsayReacts style, but this time he mostly sat and listened. (At the time of writing, his video had 41.2 million views.)

Ramsay stuffed his face with lettuce as Miss Kadie sang — right up until the last moment, at least. 

The celebrity chef will usually call his roastees names like “Muppet,” “idiot sandwich,” or “doughnut.” Miss Kadie anticipated he would use the latter and said, “that’s fine, as long as you’re vegan from now on.” In pure Ramsay fashion, he did call her a “vegan doughnut” just before diving into what he identified as a beef burger in his caption. 

Though he doesn’t follow a vegan diet himself, the chef did add a “beet wellington” to the menu at his Bread Street Kitchen restaurant in London in celebration of Veganuary, but fans weren’t impressed when he showed off the dish on Instagram.

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