Gigi Hadid, one of the most sought after models of recent years, shared yesterday in networks a photo of the dishes I had cooked for a dinner with friends. With the phrase “Home. Dinner is served, friends” (“Home. Dinner is served, friends”), the american model showed three dishes, a salad, a vegetable dish in the oven, and what appeared to be a paella. Only that she could see ingredients like zucchini, red onion, carrot, basmati rice, basil and tomato slices.
The Spanish model Blanca Padilla wrote in the comments: “I see paella” (“I See paella”). A dish was also identified by the world-famous model Helena Christensen, who said in the comments: “Love paella” (“I love paella”). Gigi replied to her companions that it was a “veggie paella”, paella vegan.
The criticism did not wait. The majority came from Spanish. “Gigi my love, I’m sorry to tell you, but that’s not paella” (“Gigi, sweetheart, I’m sorry to tell you this, but that is not a paella”). Other users preferred to refer in Spanish to the followers Spanish Gigi: “This is not paella or na, but we forgive you everything”.
The model is the daughter of the businessman, palestinian, Mohamed Hadid and the model of Dutch origin Yolanda Hadid. Both were separated for years. Gigi is the sister of two other celebrities. Model Bella Hadid, former spouse of the singer The Weeknd, and Anwar Hadid, boyfriend Dua Lipa.