After controversial lamb video, PETA says Gordon Ramsay’s kids should go vegan and ‘throw him out’

Gordon Ramsay is often a controversial man. Ramsay’s viral TikTok video recently gained traction, and PETA decided to join the debate just days after the clip went viral.

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After uploading a video that appears to show the Michelin-starred chef choosing a lamb to slaughter, Requested by Animal Welfare Group That Ramsay’s five children should “disown” him.

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in the statement to the insider,

PETA UK Vice-President Elisa Allen said: “Gordon Ramsay is a cold man who makes fun of himself.”

“It’s brusque and unfunny to intimidate a docile lamb.” “It’s funny, if his kids went vegan and disowned him, like Elon Musk’s daughter disowned her father,” Allen continued.

“Those lambs are babies who want very little out of life and just want a chance to live it, and never end up in this fool’s mouth, or anyone else’s.”

The 28-second clip, which has garnered more than 10 million views since Ramsay posted it on Thursday, has also infuriated some of his fans.

At the beginning of the TikTok video, Ramsay climbs Rampen’s fence.

“I’m going to eat you! Yummy, yummy, yummy,” Ramsay says in the clip. “Which one goes in the oven first?”

The lambs are surprised when Ramsay steps into the pen, points to one and says “You!”

Before the video ended, he yelled, “It’s oven time.”

Ramsay wrote in the caption, “Ramsay hadn’t been spotted yet during the making of this video,” referring to the famous “Hell’s Kitchen” episode where he repeatedly asked, “Where’s the rum sauce?” .

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In the caption, Ramsay said, “No animals were cooked in the making of this video.”

Ramsay once jokingly said he was “allergic to vegans” and would never forgive his daughters for dating vegetarians.

However, the ‘MasterChef’ celebrity recently changed his mind and now offers a vegan version of his most famous dish, the classic Beef Wellington, at one of his restaurants.

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