- Etinosa Idemudia has entered the fray of responses in the wake of Hilda Baci losing her crown as a Guinness World Record holder.
- The movie star took to X to react to news of an Irish chef, Alan Fisher, beating Hilda's cookathon record, lambasted Nigerians who bullied Chef Dami when she tried to break the record as if it was Hilda's inalienable birthright.
Popular Nigerian actress, Etinosa Idemudia, has weighed in on the recent developments surrounding Hilda Baci's loss of her Guinness World Record title.
On Tuesday, November 7, 2023, it was announced that a chef from Ireland, Alan Fisher, beat Hilda Baci's record and emerged as the winner of the longest cooking marathon.
The breaking news reverberated across the the vast Nigerian social media landscape, triggering an avalanche of comments from numerous individuals, among them the outspoken actress Etinosa.
Etinosa, via her X platform, vividly recounted the episode in which Nigerians relentlessly targeted Chef Dammy for her audacious attempt to challenge Hilda's record, as if it was her birthright.
According to the actress, if people had also encouraged Dammy, the record could have been retained as a nation.
“You guys were bullying the innocent Dami 4 attempting to break the record as if it was Hilda's birthright. You see, if we had encouraged Dami who knows, we would still have retained it as a nation. Oya go and Bully this guy Na. Abi Na only poor people Pikin una dey bully. Wazagha.”
You guys were bullyin the innocent Dami 4 attempting to break the record as if it was Hilda's birthright. You see, if we had encouraged Dami who knows, we would still have retained it as a nation. Oya go and Bully this guy Na. Abi Na only poor people Pikin una dey bully. Wazagha
— @etinosaofficial (@etinofficial) November 7, 2023
Hilda Baci, the Nigerian lady who once held the Guinness World Record for longest cooking marathon, broke her silence after losing her prestigious title to an Irish chef.
She opened up about her feelings and thoughts on the record-breaking event that was officially confirmed by Guinness recently.
Guinness World Record announced on their official Twitter page that the Irish chef, Alan Fisher, cooked for an impressive 119 hours and 57 minutes in his restaurant in Japan surpassing Hilda's time of 93 hours and 11 minutes.