- Actress Paula Patton shared her a video showing off her mother’s fried chicken recipe on Instagram.
- Patton’s video instantly went viral because people were horrified with her cooking.
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Robin Thicke’s ex-wife Paula Patton found herself trending on social media for all the wrong reasons.
On Monday afternoon, TikTok user TheTrackQueen broke down a video of Patton cooking fried chicken, and it wasn’t good. Patton made several rookie mistakes like washing her chicken in cold water, seasoning the chicken while it was frying in the oil grease, and severely undercooking her chicken.
Paula Patton just ruined my day. pic.twitter.com/TNXvB5VPIj
— I Drink Wine 🏳️🌈 (@_zing_bae) April 4, 2022
It didn’t take long for the video to go viral because of how horrified people were by Patton’s cooking skills.
Paula Patton those chickens did not die so you could disrespect them like that. Season the chicken or the flour BEFORE you fry it.
*Pro tip: You don't have to wash chicken. It's actually unsafe. (I know folks will cringe, but I'm ServSafe certified. Trust me on this.) https://t.co/RN6eD9kJqF
— Stef with an F – NO LISTS👩🏾🍳🔪🔥☁️🏳️🌈 ♏️ (@stef2dotoh) April 4, 2022
When you show your granny that video of Paula Patton frying chicken pic.twitter.com/dZwG4TspOQ
— CURE (@CureHipHop) April 4, 2022
— Rich (@UptownDC_Rich) April 4, 2022
Just watched a video of Paula Patton frying chicken pic.twitter.com/YcS8kEz4XR
— Shaquille Sunflower (@shaq_sunflower7) April 3, 2022
That’s the chicken Paula Patton was cooking for Robin Thicke? pic.twitter.com/T9IhAtdNz4
— Chris Cooper (@PirateCoop) April 4, 2022
Chicken cost too much for Paula Patton to be out here doing what she doing
— ᴅᴏɴ’ᴛ ʙᴇ sᴛᴜᴘɪᴅ (@BarkyBoogz) April 4, 2022
The chicken in Paula Patton pan did not deserve pic.twitter.com/Fxjs8VVcG3
— Jone (@heeljone) April 4, 2022
Dawg I used to have the fattest crush on Paula Patton. But after today, I ask that you give my family our privacy at this time. Thank you
— SILKK THA SHOCKER FAN ACCT (@_JetLifeJR) April 4, 2022