Gordon Ramsay Responds To That Vegan Teacher's Viral TikTok Video
Gordon Ramsay responds to viral TikTok posted by That Vegan Teacher by eating a burger and calling her a 'vegan donut' In a famous #RamsayReacts video, Gordon Ramsay branded That Vegan Teacher a 'vegan donut' - Media Credit: Instagram

Gordon Ramsay Responds To That Vegan Teacher’s Viral TikTok Video Calling Him To Go Vegan


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The vegan TikToker, That Vegan Teacher, garnered over 100,000 views when she goaded the famous celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay to go vegan in a video that went viral.

The video shows That Vegan Teacher, who is also known as Miss Kadie, singing a song.

That Vegan Teacher’s viral video

In it, she sings: “Eating animals is wrong, Gordon Ramsay. Hurting animals is wrong, Gordon Ramsay. Share this song, and if you call me a donut, that’s fine as long as you’re vegan from now on.”

She tagged Ramsay, who is known for his love of burgers.

The viral video which goaded Gordon Ramsay’s mocking response

‘Vegan donut’

In response, Ramsay posted a video nodding along to the song whilst eating lettuce.

He called her a ‘vegan donut’ and at the end of the video, took a large bite from a burger.

‘Beef burgers were consumed while making this TikTok’ was the caption. Later posting the video on his Instagram account, Ramsay said: “It’s an honour a song was written about me….and now back to my beef burger.”


#duet with @thatveganteacher Beef #burgers were consumed while making this tiktok #ramsayreacts #fyp

? EatingAnimalsIsWrongGordonRamsay – That Vegan Teacher ?
Ramsay’s mocking response

Ramsay’s vegan views

The TV chef has more than 18 million followers on TikTok, since posting videos mocking at-home cooks tagged #RamsayReacts.

Whilst he isn’t vegan, he has accepted the growth in popularity for a plant-based diet and adapted his restaurant menus to accommodate.

The chef stuck up for his vegan Sunday roast when criticized by Piers Morgan last year. However, he has mocked the meat-free lifestyle in the past.

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