Bake Off scandal: a participant has a pastry business and chaos broke out in the kitchen tent

The new reality that Telefé put on your screen, Bake Off, made its stellar debut on Monday night where it captivated an incredible audience that was cheering this new season after being behind the screen throughout the two broadcasts of MasterChef Celebrity Argentina and the recent version of The Argentine Voice.

Likewise, fourteen contestants from different parts of the country put on the white apron to demonstrate, gala after gala, that they can become the new best pastry chef and for that they must delight the palates and the gazes of the demanding jury made up of the renowned Damien Betular, Pamela Villar and Dolli irigoyen.

Within this context of tension, nervousness and excitement, on Tuesday night the contestants underwent a very complicated challenge in which they had to prepare a meringue roll imitating the one Dolli did minutes before, and follow the step by step of the recipes.

However, in the meantime, a new scandal broke out in social networks after all the spectators went into “detective mode”, and after the conflict with Samantha Casais, who was disqualified from the final for having worked as a pastry chef, will investigate the private lives of each contestant.

This is how it became known that Paula, the 29-year-old girl who participates in the contest, has her own business called Dosmilcinco Cakes and Cupcakes, who from the Villa Luro neighborhood prepares and sends his rich creations.

After learning about this gastronomic project, Internet users were offended because Samantha was eliminated for the same thing, but this time it was the protagonist herself who, after reading the number of messages that named her, decided to explain the situation through her account Twitter


“I showed absolutely everything and you can have ventures. It didn’t have to be my main income just. It is all legal. Twitter Argentina I want you to know that your fun is at the cost of my mental health, I love you ”, The participant wrote in a humorous tone but responding to a user who accused her of being “illegal” on the show.

It should be remembered that according to the rules of the reality show, those who participate in it cannot have any job related to pastry as their main income, whether it is on their own or in a place that sells this type of products.

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