Guinness World Record: “Take down that video” – Reactions stir video of Hilda Baci about eating dog meat (Video)

Guinness World Record: “Take down that video” – Reactions stir video of Hilda Baci about eating dog meat (Video)
Hilda Baci

Record breaker Hilda Baci has by and by got many individuals talking internet following her new video with Instagram influencer Enioluwa.

Chef Hilda Baci and Enioluwa were recently seen demonstrating seven Akwa-Ibom dishes on their table, one of which included dog meat.

In the video, Enioluwa, who is well-known for his love of food, shows a lot of resistance when Chef Hilda forces him to eat dog meat for the first time.

Keep in mind that Hilda Baci became one of the most talked-about people online when she broke the Guinness World Record and set a new one by cooking continuously for 100 hours in a row.

Be that as it may, the new video of Hilda Baci eating a cooked canine mixed contentions as it didn’t agree with certain pundits.

Some Internet users in other parts of the world believe that it is cruel to kill dogs and other animals without even thinking about eating them.

However, some people on social media backed her because they said that eating dogs is common in Akwa-Ibom, where Hilda Baci is from, and that she shouldn’t be ashamed of it.

as @UncleCCA tweeted; “Hilda Baci need to be very carefully. The dog meat video is a bad taste for her brand internationally. There things she needs to avoid. Dog is not seen as animals to kill and eat. It is a very sensitive video and it’s in her best interest to take it down.”

See other reactions below;

brownskyn_1: Even if international Bodies don’t give 2fucks about you, Nigerians will report you to them.. we cannot stay with our own till the very end lai lai, we always back out mid way.. smh.. I pity Obi sha.. make that guy make one mistake like this then go change mouth sharp.

araireoluwapo27′: There’s nothing wrong with eating dogs , some villages and town have festive period for it . They kill and eat them . Ke ko fucking danu !! As if other creatures weren’t harmless when they were made for consumption.

obie1001: She wan us her hand ruin Wetin sh don build… I been de reason to go chop for her restaurant but with this video Abeg o make I no go chop Wetin I no know…

@HeyaEmma: I’m personally against the consumption of dog meat, but are you going to stop eating beef because it is offensive to 1.2 billion people? Your comments are geared towards the western gaze and that’s in poor taste. Let’s apply a little cultural sensitivity here and respect hers.

@Osagiemerry: If eating dog meat is animal cruelty then, eating fish, Cow meat, Goat, Chicken is animal cruelty. In Indian Cows are worshipped it is sacred as such they worship it and can’t be eaten. In another part of Africa Chiken is seen as precious Birds it is forbidden to kill it. In Igbo land Python is seen as gods killing it is forbidden much more eating it. What rock your boat will sink mine. I have eaten Dog, snake, Cow, Goat, chicken, but there are some animals I don’t eat and I won’t stop others from eating it.

sassbyday’: Calabar people eat dogs and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. Mr adviser goan advice Chinese people to stop eating raw frogs first 🙄🙄.

@governoor1: @UncleCCA Nah una go still use una hand draw the attention of the international community with all these una tweet, why don’t you enter her dm or have someone close to her talk to her about it.

dxoese: Nigerians smh 🤦🏽‍♂️. Love y’all but you people always prove that you are aren’t exposed and open minded that much. Goats and rabbits are pets in other cultures and countries but some of you eat them. Dogs are eaten by some cultures all over the world. If you don’t like it, it doesn’t mean you should bash someone’s preference for it. Y’all should grow up. Unless there are laws in your country protecting dogs she isn’t doing anything wrong.

@replyOtu: It is important to recognize and respect the diversity of cultures and traditions around the world. In the case of Akwa Ibom people in Nigeria, the consumption of wild dogs is indeed a part of their cultural practices and has been for generations. 1/2.

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