Brooklyn Beckham was recently criticized on Instagram when he posted a video cooking a vegan lasagna that people thought was ‘basic’.
Brooklyn, the eldest son of David and Victoria Beckham, posted a video this week on Instagram of him preparing a vegan lasagna dish. The 23-year-old is beginning to launch a cooking career and shared a tutorial video of his vegan dish.
He can be seen chopping up eggplant and other vegetables before adding them to a pot with plant-based meat and tomato sauce and finishing the, in our opinion, good-looking vegan lasagna.
Unfortunately, rude users flocked to the comments to tell Brooklyn that his vegan dish was ‘basic lasagne’ with ‘zero finesse.’ Some users even said that the meal could have easily been made by a child.
Thankfully, others agreed that the internet was being too mean to him.
“I came to the comments to find out what brand of vegan cheese he used and found a bunch of insecurity and rudeness. criticizing from behind your screen makes you feel powerful for what – 2 seconds? Sad to see people choose this existence,” one user said.
After loads of rude comments, Brooklyn went to the comments to clarify, saying, “Hi everyone x I put seasoning in just didn’t get it on camera xx“
We’re sure it was delicious! Keep doing your vegan thing, Brooklyn!
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