Keke posted an Instagram story revealing what the catered food at the Met Gala looks like and captioned, “This is why they don’t show y’all the food 🤪 I’m just playinnnn 👀.”
The first timer and Vogue livestream’s host during the event similarly imparted the photograph on Twitter with the caption, “The menu chile.”
This was a stunning information to everybody as we all know that a robust sticker price was connected to Anna Wintour’s renowned pledge drive. Sources recently revealed to Page Six that occasion participants should pay $30,000 to $50,000 per ticket (tables can go between $275,000 to $500,000).
It seems to reached Marcus Samuelsson, a Swedish-Ethiopian chef who won Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters” in 2010, as he told TMZ on Wednesday that Keke’s plate was not a precise portrayal since it was scarcely finished off with simmered mushrooms, tomato salad with corn and zucchini cuts.
He additionally told the power source that they served a 3-course dinner and added that he believes the gala’s food tasted “plenty good.”
A rep for Vogue disclosed to Page Six on Tuesday, “We are so thrilled and grateful to have worked with Marcus Samuelsson on the menu for this year’s Met Gala.”
The representative further clarified the history behind the dishes they served, telling us, “The plant-based menu featured recipes from 10 emerging New York-based chefs to celebrate the return of the city’s restaurant industry, which was devastated by the pandemic.”
Reactions to Met Gala Chef Responded To Keke Palmer’s Negative Food Review
The Met Gala Chef Curator feel some type of way because Keke posted a picture of the food and roasted it. Didn’t nobody wanna eat that shit. Y’all knew black people was gonna come and y’all tried to serve them rabbit food. 🤣— 327 👄 (@MellowMimii) September 15, 2021