Millionaire Gordon Ramsay criticized his decision to lay off 500 unpaid employees while isolating himself at his £ 4 million second home in Cornwall.
The celebrity chef was focused on his decision to terminate workers’ contracts in his restaurants which had to close during the coronavirus epidemic.
He remained silent in the aftermath of the aftershocks and Mirror Online only revealed that Ramsay had taken his family to their luxurious second home in Cornwall as the pandemic worsened.
The TV star has now broken her silence and found herself caught up in a fiery fright on Twitter with a restaurant critic who beat him up for leaving his staff short during a period of crisis.
Sunday Times writer Marina O’Loughlin tweeted: “Once again, a day when multimillionaires won’t get their hands in their pockets while the kids do everything they can for their staff. WHERE IS OUR LIST?”
Ramsay was left furious at the tweet and went to the site to defend himself, declaring that he had done “nothing, but he has put his hands in my pockets for years”.
He wrote: “Clearly you have never run a business, yet in these very difficult times for everyone, you hide behind your pathetic tweets, take a hand!”
“Economic shots again and again by a bitter egocentric critic yawn!”
He went on to launch a personal attack on the writer, tweeting: “You complain about food for a living!
“Closed restaurants with your poisoned pen because they didn’t kiss your ass, have you ever thought of giving back these difficult moments ????
“I haven’t done anything BUT I’ve put my hands in my pockets for years!”
Earlier this week, Ramsay was fired for firing 500 employees in his restaurants who closed their doors due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Axed employees moved to social media to blow up Gordon Ramsay Restaurants for closing their contracts suddenly.
The famous chef – who boasts an estimated net worth of £ 185 million – had called the staff to a meeting where he was told that their contracts were canceled.
The tearful staff had no idea that their jobs were at risk and have now been put on leave in the garden for the duration of the notice period.
Her employees – including chefs, waiters and other employees – have been notified via email that they will be paid until April 17, but say there is no guarantee that their work will still be available when Ramsay’s restaurants eventually They will reopen.
Mirror Online later revealed that the star was locked up in his luxury Cornwall holiday home with his family.
A neighbor only told us that many residents have concerns about the wealthy second home owners who have spilled into the area since the outbreak of the coronavirus hit the UK.
We were told, “I don’t know how long it has been there, or whether it has fallen since the restrictions, but many second home owners have come to the area.
“We only have one hospital. At the moment there are few cases [of coronavirus] Here.
“We live in a spacious area, so second home owners have decided to come here even if MPs have asked them to stay away.
“At Gordon’s house – there is a fleet of cars outside, Range Rover, Land Rover – they are all outside.”