Gordon Ramsay hates pineapple pizza with the fire of a thousand suns. Let's make him eat it.
The renowned chef and shade thrower might be on the right side of history with his firm stance against the abomination that is pineapple on pizza (fight me), but everyone has their breaking point. Ramsay is no different and may soon be eating the nightmare pie for charity, like the softie that he is underneath his top-notch insults.
Change schools https://t.co/dqCNOu8XYA— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) June 21, 2017
"I've got a proposal for YOU: if we can hit 500 donations in the next 48 hours, I will eat this f**king god-awful PINEAPPLE pizza on Facebook Live," the "F Word" host vowed on his Instagram page.
I’ve got a proposal for YOU: if we can hit 500 donations in the next 48 hours, I will eat this f**king god-awful PINEAPPLE pizza on Facebook Live. Don’t forget, your donation also gives you the chance to be my VVIP on #thefword. So click the link in the bio or go to omaze.com/pineapple and donate NOW !
You have until July 7 at 11:59 p.m. EST to make him eat the fruity pizza.
If this is still for some reason unclear to you, the famously catty chef HATES pineapple pizzas. HATES THEM.
He proves it yet again in this clip, although ye be warned that there's some strong language, as with most videos of Ramsay:
Though the celebrity chef might never overcook a single thing, the burns he issues are legendary, especially when it comes to the controversial topping.
Pineapple does not go on top of pizza..... https://t.co/lhD6aliOV8— Gordon Ramsay (@GordonRamsay) April 4, 2017
Ramsay said in a Twitter update early in the afternoon of July 6 that he is nearly halfway to the 500 donations.
"Try [and] make me eat a pineapple pizza, I dare YOU," he wrote. "All for a good cause."
The money really is going to do some good work -- Great Ormond Street Hospital, one of the leading children's hospitals in the world, will receive the dough, notes Omaze, the fundraising site.
"The money they raise helps the hospital provide world-class care for young children and their families, pioneer new treatments, have the most cutting edge equipment and support the refurbishment of the hospital," the site explains. "It also helps to provide accommodation for parents and families of children being treated."
What are you waiting for? Let's make this guy eat pineapple pizza!