Man roasted after TikTok of him mocking his girlfriend’s attempt at cooking goes viral

By Becca Monaghan

The video has racked up a whopping 1.7 million views

(Picture: @chikitarosee/TikTok)

One ungrateful boyfriend got a taste of his own medicine after an attempt to mock his girlfriend’s cooking backfired.

His girlfriend, Jakia Rose (@chikitarosee), found the clip on his phone and decided to share the cooking diss to her TikTok account.

The footage, which has since gone viral with 1.7 million views, shows a home-cooked meal of bacon, eggs and apple cinnamon oatmeal on a paper plate. “This looks like sh*t”, her boyfriend can be heard saying in the background.

Despite her cooking efforts, her boyfriend continues to joke that the food “looks like sh*t” while recording the meal at different angles. “At least she tried”, he added.

Supportive TikTokers flocked to the comments with one user providing some much-needed reassurance, ‘That oatmeal looks mad good!’

While others joked that the food isn’t the issue and turned to roast her boyfriend: ‘Bacon not even burnt. Eggs look fine. He’s just ungrateful. Get a new one boo.’

‘He’s embarrassing himself not being able to clearly identify what’s obviously cinnamon oatmeal and apple slices. Toddlers can identify that’, another commented.

One TikToker clearly wasn’t impressed with the boyfriend’s comments, ‘Girl the day I see this, would be the last day I EVER cook for him. I don’t care if we married 20 years! No more food for you ever sir!’

‘Look like oatmeal with brown sugar on it. I don’t know, it looks pretty regular to me? I don’t know what he’s talking about?’ Another added.

In a brief follow-up video, Jakia explained: “He sent the video right in front of me,”

“I was standing in front of him waiting for him to try my food, and that’s what he did.”

Luckily, the TikToker took the roasts in good humour.


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