Victoria Beckham defends son Brooklyn following polarizing culinary video

Victoria Beckham defends son Brooklyn following polarizing culinary video

Victoria Beckham came to Brooklyn Beckham’s rescue after his recent culinary video sparked a social media controversy.

Posh Spice had a harsh response to those who called her eldest son’s roast beef “raw” after he proudly posted a video of it to his 14.7 million Instagram followers.

Victoria responded to the negative remarks on her Instagram Story by stating, “It’s rare that people aren’t raw.”

The singer of “Wannabe” stated that she will “attempt this” for her husband, David Beckham, and her three other children.

In the video, the 23-year-old was joined by former Michelin-starred chef Kevin Lee to prepare a twist on a traditional British Sunday roast.

The recent culinary video posted by Brooklyn made quite a stir on social media.

After revealing the components for the dish, Brooklyn gave followers a sneak peek at the final product.

To his surprise, however, the video did not go down well with fans, who commented that the meat appeared “raw” and undercooked.

One critic joked that the meat may use more seasoning. A skilled veterinarian could bring that back to life.

Posh Spice stated that she will “attempt” to prepare the dish for her husband, David Beckham, and their three children.
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“Might as well eat the cow while it’s grazing,” said another, while a third remarked, “That cut is far too rare. Should be pink in the center, but not everywhere else!”

In December 2021, Brooklyn Beckham debuted his Facebook Watch series Cooking with Brooklyn. The series airs on Instagram and Facebook Messenger.

According to sources, each episode of the show reportedly costs around $100,000.

A team of 62 specialists apparently assisted Brooklyn in demonstrating how to create a sandwich, including a “culinary producer” who approves the recipes, five camera operators, and nine producers.

The show is created by influencer content business Wheelhouse DNA and is owned by Facebook and Instagram’s parent company, Meta.

A year ago, the aspiring chef was ridiculed for stating that his profession as a “chef” on social media afforded him his fancy sports automobile.


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