Cooking Channel star, Bobby Dean, is coming to the defense of his mother, Celebrity Chef, Paula Deen.
Paul has of course come under tremendous fire over the last two weeks for her admission of using the “N-word” and being involved in several racially discriminating circumstances. Since the story broke last week, Paul has been dropped by the food network, not renewing her contract after 11-years with the network and several sponsors.
Bobby Dean, who hosts his own cooking show called Not my Mama’s meals told CNNs Chris Cuomo this morning that the allegations against his mother are hurtful. Read the rest of this entry »
More trouble for Paula Deen as QVC announces “no immediate plans to have her appear” on the network.
On Friday, the celebrity chef was ousted from the Food Network after 11 years following her admission to using racial slurs and attempting to hire African-American waiters to act as “slaves” at a plantation-themed wedding she was planning.
Has the heat gotten too much for celebrity chef Paula Deen?
The embattled foodie failed to show up for her scheduled interview on The Today Show this morning — where she was supposed to answer questions about her recent admission that she has used racial slurs and once tried to hire a cast of African-Americans to serve as “slaves” at a dinner party she was planning.