Georgia’s Chris Brown “Black and Bleu” Burger
The Georgia chef behind the controversial “black and bleu” sandwich that pokes fun at Chris Brown and Rihanna said he’s “not afraid” of what he did and has no regrets.
“I was not trying to make a joke of domestic violence, just bringing light to the situation through food,” chef Richard Miley told ABCNews.com today. “I do not regret doing it. I don’t regret anything.”
Miley is one of the owners of Chops & Hops in Watkinsville, Ga. The mom-and-pop-style restaurant made headlines last Friday with its celebrity sandwich of the week.
“Put your hands on this Caribbean black and bleu sandwich,” the restaurant advertised on its Facebook page. “Chris Brown won’t beat you up for eating this unless your name starts with a R and ends with A.”
This is just the latest of Miley’s creations that mock celebrities. He has also created a Paula Deen sandwich with fried honey butter when Deen announced she had diabetes, and a Whitney Houston sandwich topped with powdered sugar and sea salt after her death.
Yikes. I’m going with creative idea but poor execution.
I just can’t wait for the Lindsay Lohan mess on cracked wheat!