- A viral clip captures the Ekiti chef, Dammy drawing water from a well.
- The caption on the video laid emphasis on the fact that Chef Dammy wasn’t with her bodyguards.
- Nigerians however flooded the comment section with hilarious remarks.
Nigerian chef, Chef Dammy, has been captured in a video drawing water from a well without her bodyguards.
Damilola Adeparusi, popularly known as Chef Dammy, gained widespread recognition after she attempted a 120 hours cook-a-thon.
Despite falling short of the record, Chef Dammy subsequently announced her determination to strive for a cooking marathon lasting 150 hours.
Her decision came in the wake of Hilda Baci being officially recognized by Guinness World Records as the new record holder for the longest cooking time (93 hours and 11 minutes).
During a recent interview in Ado-Ekiti, Chef Dammy admitted that her previous 120-hour cooking session was not officially registered with Guinness World Records (GWR).
Nonetheless, she expressed her readiness to apply for the prestigious recognition and revealed her intention to cook for 150 hours in the upcoming challenge, scheduled for the next month.
In a recent development, a video emerged showing the young chef fetching water from a well unaccompanied by her bodyguards.
Watch the video below:
The clip generated a lot of hilarious reactions from Twitter users.
Reacting one @temiszn wrote: “She might be running another 120 minutes GWR by fetching water.”
@Rebel_YSL wrote: “The soldiers wore Camouflage… that’s why you can’t see them. Abeg free Chef Dammy.”
@veekeejoe wrote:“Una don use this girl chase clout finish. Una come dump her abi??”
@stelroyalz wrote: “I tot she said she will b holding a cook a thon dis month. Hope we are still going to get it sha.”
@bigapplenla wrote: “Let her breathe”
@DolapoAdufe wrote: “Ah ah chef chef. maybe another Guinness book of record is loading… the longest hour to fetch water from well… but where is all her security personnel now.”
@gmac_im wrote: “The shenanigans are finally over and she’s returned to her local, primitive existence.”
@derekosassr wrote: “Una nor let her break her record she wan still fetch water una nor still gree let her breath na.”