Great British Bake Off Faces Backlash Over Mexican Week Episode

Great British Bake Off Faces Backlash Over Mexican Week Episode

Numerous watchers are insulted about the Mexican-themed episode of The Great British Bake Off, which some calling it racist.

Numerous watchers of The Great British Bake Off didn't find its "Mexican Week" so great.

Scores of individuals on social media have censured the episode, which was delivered in both the U.K. also, the U.S. as of late, for supposed social apportionment

They refered to its utilization of visual stereotypes, for example, co-has Matt Lucas and Noah Fielding wearing sarapes and sombreros in the absolute first scene.

furthermore, plays on words — noting the pair's discussion about making "Mexican jokes" to risk offending individuals — "not even juan."

One client tweeted, "16 seconds into the Mexican Week ep of #GBBO and I'm now offended."

Another watcher expressed, "I simply maintain that you all should comprehend * how f- - king racist this is," in light of a clasp of Lucas shaking maracas on the episode.

Watchers likewise reprimanded stars' mispronunciations of names of dishes, for example, "guacamole," "besos" and "pico de gallo" and how co-judge Prue Leith remarks that cakes look Mexican since they have "splendid tones."

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