“I’m used to the hate”

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Brooklyn Beckham isn’t fazed by people trolling his cooking career.brooklynpeltzbeckham/Instagram

Brooklyn Beckham isn’t fazed by her reputation as a “bad baby.”

The eldest son of David and Victoria Beckham, who has been described as a “wannabe” chef over the years, said he is not bothered by criticism of his cooking career.

“Honestly, I’m used to the hate,” Brooklyn, 24, told Insider Friday.

“It really doesn’t bother me. Cooking makes me happy. I have more important things to worry about than people talking crap about me,” he continued.

The trolling started when he launched his show Cookin’ With Brooklyn in December 2021.

Although the Facebook Watch series has since ended, the influencer has continued to offer cooking content on his other social media platforms.

“I have more important things to worry about than people talking crap about me,” he said.
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Most recently, he came under fire for using almost an entire bottle of avocado oil to cook two pieces of chicken.

He posted the clip on Instagram over the summer, telling his 16.3 million followers that he likes to use Chosen Foods oil “for frying because of its high smoke point and neutral flavor.”

Brooklyn coated the chicken breasts in a milk-based mixture before rolling them in a mixture of spices and flour.

The eldest son of David and Victoria Beckham shares his cooking videos on social networks.
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Then he poured an entire bottle of the oil, which retails for $24.99, into the pan.

“That’s a LOT of oil,” wrote one follower.

Another chimed in: “There are people starving around the world – you used enough butter and milk for about 20 people. But you won’t understand that.

He was criticized for using almost an entire bottle of oil to cook two chicken legs.
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A third reviewer added: “This is at least $25 worth of avocado oil.”

Brooklyn has no professional culinary training. However, he called himself a “chef” when interviewed in his $1.2 million luxury sports car by a TikToker.


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“Hey man! What are you doing? Your car is great!” asked social media star Danielle Mack.

“Um, I’m a cook,” Brooklyn replied.

“Are you a cook? Really? Are you the best cook in the world?” Mac asked, to which the Londoner replied, “Tryna be!”

The 24-year-old has no professional culinary experience.
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Brooklyn previously had ambitions to follow in his father’s athletic footsteps, but was dropped by Arsenal Football Club when he was 15 years old.

He then studied photography and media at a private London college and was accepted to study photography at the Parsons School in New York.

He released his book What I See in 2017, which features 300 “personal” photos, including one infamous photo of a poorly lit elephant.




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