“Guinness Records Is Not Crazy, They Won’t Certify Her” – Liberian Man Says, Alleges Hilda Baci of Breaking Rule

by Opeyemi Alimi
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A Liberian man identified by his Instagram username, @garytheblogger has kicked against the idea of Hilda Baci breaking the Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon.

According to him, Hilda Baci would not break the record because she acted against the rules of the cook-a-thon, adding that the Nigerian chef danced, twerked and did legwork while cooking, which he claims should not have happened.

The young man added that Guinness World Record is not ‘crazy’ to give her the award because she was asked to cook, not to dance. He wrote:

“The Nigerian so called Hilda Baci was twerking while cooking, Guinness Book of World Record are not cra*zy people, they said cook and break record.
“Hilda Baci was DANCING legwork by Pocolee, the fun fact is that we are proud of her from Liberia as well because she is a strong young lady but she is nowhere near our Great Chef Aloycious.”

His statement has, however, earned him insults from Nigerians who dragged him for criticising Hilda. Below are people’s comments on social media:

Perbblow said:

“If we run enter you now. Them go say we don resume bully from where we stop.”
Razmash_ asked:

“How much is Liberia?I want to buy it for my king.”
Noviannated reacted:

“All I see is envy! When it comes to Nigeria, all other African countries have something crawling on their skin called bitterness.”

Soyoufoundshayne commented:

“If Nigerians start their own now, they’ll tag us toxic.”
Big_rahim_yu_ reacted:

“Liberia get anything? Na for Liberia goat for Dey eat stone while the president Dey use hand pursue fly if him Dey give speech.”
Itz_dedede added:

“Please go and sit down your brain must be tired.”
Kumziie added:

“Dis is coming from a place called “Jealousy “
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