British PM Boris Johnson Under Fire After Baking Recommendation Tweet
British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is under fire after his baking recommendation Tweet. The British Prime Minister ’s office received countless online objections after the recently recovered Prime Minister suggested to practice baking at home during the isolation period of COVID-19 pandemics. According to the protestors, the global population is currently facing an extreme shortage of ration supplies especially flour, how could anybody indulge himself in such an expensive hobby.
Boris Johnson Recommends To Learn Home Baking In His Tweet
This Saturday, Boris Johnson posted on the PM’s office official Twitter account an apparently cheerful tweet. The minister advised his nation to try some home baking during the boring isolation or quarantine period. The post, in fact, is shared to cheer up the citizens amid the pandemic.
However, the public backfired this humble suggestion instantly as followers complaint about the unavailability and shortage of necessary food items like flour, yeast, and eggs in the market.
— UK Prime Minister (@10DowningStreet) April 18, 2020
Boris Johnson Caught COVID-19
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party went into self -isolation at 11 Downing Streeton March 27, 2020, after getting positive with coronavirus infection. Later, Johnson developed severe symptoms. He needed oxygen support. Later, Johnson went to the ICU of the hospital on April 6th.
After battling with the severity of the disease the British Prime Minister finally recovered
On Thursday, April 9, he came out from the intensive care and sent back to a ward in “phase one” of the recovery. According to sources, the 55 years old Prime Minister could return to work ‘before the end of next week’
Protests Against His Baking Tweet
The British legate, in fact, has experienced a big stink on his unintentional yet concerning tweet. Even many big names also backlash his idea. Some followers even took it too far. People compared the tweeting message to the famous French Queen Marie Antoinette (1755-1793) quote. The French queen upon knowing that poor peasants have no bread; responded by saying: “Let them eat cake.”
One follower commented on Johnson’s Tweet
Yeah when there’s no flour or eggs in our shops, let’s pretend we bake
Jemima Goldsmith Is Oppressive
Jemima Goldsmith, British TV producer and the former wife of Pakistani President Imran Khan, shows her displeasure via not believing on the Prime Minister’s post as she re-tweeted sarcastically on April 18th
Please tell me this account has been hacked. https://t.co/wKcPYE59Dp
— Jemima Goldsmith (@Jemima_Khan) April 18, 2020
According to Jemima somebody had hacked Boris Johnson twitter account.
The Reason Behind The Flour Shortage
Earlier this month, the British media reported that flour had become unavailable on the stores’ shelves due to increased demand over the lockdown periods, however,flour mills have been working round-the-clock.Moreover,Alex Waugh, the chief of National Association of British & Irish Millers (NABIM) told that lack of packaging that the mills use to deliver flour to shops and supermarkets is another reason behind this shortage.