the revenge of the pastry chef who wrote on TikTok

Look at the vulgarity they just delivered to us.” the influencer had written, which unleashed a cataract of negative comments. “Mickey ate the cake”, “cheap is expensive”, were some of the netizens’ impressions.

Despite having explained in her networks the mishaps that led to the making of “Mickey trucho” and clarifying that she returned the money, Maryuris received hundreds of criticisms that made her very bad. In the midst of her bad moment, the Colombian actor and chef Rafael Caparroso “sponsored” her and gave her a pastry course at a cooking school.

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Once the pastry chef learned more advanced techniques, she took her revenge and did the Mickey version again, this time with much more positive results. Proud of her creation, she posted the image of the new version of the mouse cake on her networks, and garnered praise from users.

In addition, in another publication he took the opportunity to thank Caparroso for his support. “Thank you very much Rafael and Escuela de Chef Caparroso for all your support. Thanks for trusting me. God bless you greatly,” she posted on her Instagram account.

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