Food Network celebrity chef Alton Brown (Alton Brown) was grilled to apologize for making “frivolous” comments about the massacre on Twitter.
Grubstreet.com reported in a spontaneous deaf-mute post that was deleted on Tuesday night, “Gourmet Food: Reloading” the host said: “Do you think camp work clothes will be streaked like Auschwitz? Popular tartan?”
After a user said “It depends on your value when you enter the door,” Brown replied: “I don’t have golden fillings.”
When the other person warned him, “Yikes playboy. Just relax,” Brown said, “F-you.
On Wednesday, the creator of “Good Eats”
“I apologize for the massacre mentioned in a tweet last night. Brown wrote: “This is not my formulation of humor, but a reflection of my fear of our country. “
He added: “It’s a very poor judgment, and it has very bad taste.”
According to NBC News, the non-profit organization StopAntisemitism.org recorded anti-Semitic behavior and posted a screenshot of one of Brown’s tweets and his profile picture.
“The owner of U.S. Steel Chef @FoodNetwork @altonbrown wickedly and cruelly commented on the graves of 6 million Jews!” the organization said on Twitter.