Gordon Ramsaynkin itkemään saanut huippukokki arvostelee kovin sanoin Jamie Oliveria: ”Onko hän vainoharhainen?”

Marco Pierre White ihmettelee tv-kokin väitettä siitä, että Brexit olisi kaatanut ravintolatoiminnan. Tunnetun tv-kokin Jamie Oliverin ravintolaimperiumi romahti viime toukokuussa. Konkurssiin ajautunut Oliver todisti ravintoloidensa sulkemista murheellisena. Antamassaan radiohaastattelussa kokki nimesi konkurssin yhdeksi syyksi Brexitin, eli Britannian EU-eron. Nyt brittiläinen huippukokki Marco Pierre White arvostelee tv-kokkia kovin sanoin, kertoo Daily Mail. Kaksikko on ennenkin ollut nokikkain julkisuudessa. Oliver on kutsunut Whitea ”mafiapomoksi”, kun taas White on nimennyt Oliverin ”lihavaksi kokiksi.”
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