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"Deaf, this is the man who financed all the evil": a farewell tweet from Sheldon who burned the chef - Walla! Food

2021-01-22T05:32:32.403Z

A subdued and brief virtual obituary rekindled immense anger at one of the world famous celebrities, and the result was clear in advance



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"Deaf, this is the man who financed all the evil": a farewell tweet from Sheldon who burned the chef

A subdued and brief virtual obituary rekindled immense anger at one of the world famous celebrities, and the result was clear in advance

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In the video: The tycoon and the owners of Israel today Sheldon Adelson passed away (Photo: Reuters)

It was a relatively solid obituary.

91 fair characters on Sheldon Adelson, not too provocative and certainly not meant to provoke any particular controversy in an age where any trial could ignite some kind of fire, somewhere.

Those were also 17 words that disabled Thomas Keller's Twitter account.



The famous American chef, who is behind luxury restaurants such as the New York "Per Se" and the "California French", deleted his relatively active account on the social network after the harsh criticism he received immediately after posting farewell remarks from the gambling mogul.



"Thank you for your support of Venetian, Bouchon Las Vegas and more. We will miss you," Keller wrote in a tweet that became the focus of many attacks from his followers, who have not let go of him for more than a year.

Now, however, they seem to have achieved their goal.

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The viral confrontation began when US President (outgoing, hard to get used to but also easy to get used to, apparently) Donald Trump invited Keller to take part in a panel of advisers to strengthen the economy kneeling under the corona.

Keller responded in the affirmative, tweeting words of pride and modesty about the petition itself, and joining the panel - in a nutshell, rich white men - in the White House, unaware, apparently, of a negative reaction that the move might motivate.



Less than two weeks later, in the midst of the first Corona wave, it was announced that Keller's flagship restaurant in California had won two large grants under the auspices of the White House aid program, which totaled about $ 2.4 million - 17 times more than the average grant received by other Gulf restaurants. Announced the depletion of its resources.



This was the moment when the chef's many fans realized the class gap, and began to push him into a corner.

With the help of the sponsor.

Keller (right) and Daniel Bolo on the front of Adelson's "The Venetian" (Photo: GettyImages)

"It's one thing to deal with a rich sponsor in your life, and quite another thing to cry over the man who financed all the evil we are suffering from now."

Adelson passed away about ten days ago at the age of 87. He left behind an estimated fortune of about $ 35 billion, and years of the queen of conservative politicians - from Trump to Benjamin Netanyahu.

He donated $ 93 million to the Republican presidential campaign in 2012, and in the next two struggles tripled the amounts, and even more.



Her grace period after his death was measured in microseconds, in both the United States and Israel.

In that sense, Keller's tweet was just some more fuel for the fire dust barrel that is the social network these days.



"It's one thing to deal with a rich sponsor in your life, maybe even something that cannot be avoided in the industry," commented one of his followers, "but it's quite another thing to cry over the man who financed all the evil we are currently suffering from."

Most other surfers simply called him "deaf", wondered if he had learned anything in recent years and tried to explain to him again about the toxic connection between the administration and its locked restaurants.

"Just say what you think without being ashamed," one of them concluded, "everything around you revolves around money."

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