New York City seems to be the place to be, as David Beckham shared an Instagram post of Salt Bae, the meme sensation making him steak!
David Beckham has at long last, met Salt Bae, the meme star. Beckham, having retired from a long and successful career of playing football met the Turkish Chef at his restaurant Nusr_et in NYC. He also managed to share a video on his Instagram, which featured Nusret, or, as he is more popularly known, Salt Bae, which had him cutting steak into slices, as well as adding salt into it. This was to be served to his children, Harper, Romeo, and Cruz.
Beckham posted the clip along with a caption thanking the
chef for an amazing lunch, as well as stating that it had been a pleasure
meeting him, and a “hell of an experience.” He also added his wish to see him
again. This run in was not just a source of happiness to Beckham, but also for
his kids. His son Cruz managed to take and share a picture of both him and his
sister attempting their best Salt Bae impressions even as they stood beside the
Beckham’s family, as well as himself seem to be huge admirers of the chef, whose social media presence became viral post a video of him sprinkling salt in an artful manner became famous. Beckham has attempted his own take of the Salt Bae meme while on a weekend with his family, even as they made fresh pizza.
In January, his other son Brooklyn had managed to make a trip to the chef’s restaurant. Brooklyn also showcased his visit on social media pages, as well as his take on the salt-sprinkling method used by the chef. Thanks to half-term holidays, Beckham, along with his family are in the Big Apple. They were seen supporting his wife Victoria at her NY Fashion Week show.
While streaming live prior to the show, those viewing it
could see the back of the stage, and also got a pleasant surprise. She turned
the camera to showcase Beckham, as well as their three children- Harper, Romeo,
and Cruz. She noted Brooklyn’s absence, before David went on to state how
excited all of them were to be there!
Based on materials: ca.hellomagazine.com