The owners of Amy’s Baking Company may have a slight anger problem. Samy and Amy Bouzaglo created such a headache for Gordon Ramsay that he walked away from the restaurant on the season finale of Kitchen Nightmares. The episode aired on Friday, but Samy and Amy have kept their restaurant in the spotlight by screaming at their online critics on Facebook.
Samy and Amy said on Kitchen Nightmares that they frequently responded to online critics on review sites like Yelp. Ramsay was absolutely shocked to learn that the restaurant owners cursed and screamed at the online bullies and told the owners of Amy’s Baking Company that it had to stop.
Well, Samy and Amy didn’t exactly learn their lesson. They’ve spent the last few days screaming at people via Facebook.
After the episode aired (check out the video below) Amy’s Baking company wrote on Facebook: “We do not feel the need to make any excuses for our behavior on tonight’s show.”
The restaurant’s page was filled with mean comments and the restaurant owners replied exactly how you might think they would.
One comment reads: “You are little punks. Nothing. You are all nothing. We are laughing at you. All of you, just fools. We have God on our side, you just have your sites.
Another comment promises to bring Reddit users, Yelp users, and Gordon Ramsey to the light of God.
The comment reads: “YOU DO NOT KNOW US!!! WE WILL THRIVE! WE WILL OVERCOME! WE WILL TEACH OUT CHILD EXACTLY WAHT GOD WANTS IN THEIR PATH. WE WILL TEACH THEM HOW TO FIGHT AGAINST OPPRESSORS LIKE YOU PEOPLE! WE WILL START A GENERATION OF TRUTHFULNESS AND WE WILL FIGHT TO BRING PLACES LIKE YELP AND REDDIT AND HORRIBLE PEOPLE LIKE GORDON TO THE LIGHT.”
Here’s the video from the season finale of Kitchen Nightmares.
Amy’s Baking Company posted a Facebook message today saying that their account had “obviously been hacked.”
The message reads: “Obviously our Facebook, YELP, Twitter and Website have been hacked. We are working with the local authorities as well as the FBI computer crimes unit to ensure this does not happen again. We did not post those horrible things. Thank You Amy &Samy.”
Needless to say, people aren’t really buying the “hacked” excuse.