A video of the famous butcher Salt Bae has gone viral on Twitter and the memes are hilarious. Here are the top ten funniest Twitter reactions to Salt Bae’s feeding!

Salt Bae seems to be a favoured inspiration source for memes. The reason for his success is actually because his sprinkling salt on meat technique became a viral meme on the Internet in 2017.

Since then, Salt Bae has been able to capitalise on his success becoming a worldwide known – and rich – restaurateur.

Once again, Salt Bae is breaking the internet, not for seasoning meat this time, but for feeding his costumers.

Who is Salt Bae?

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Nusret Gökçe, widely known as Salt Bae because of his seasoning technique meme, is a 37-year-old butcher, chef and restaurateur from Erzurum, Turkey.

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The viral meme in 2017 allowed him to become a celebrity and expand his restaurant chain “Nusr-Et”, which are visited by many famous people like David Beckham, Drake and DJ Khalid, to name a few.

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Within the last two years, Salt Bae has opened 15 steak restaurants all over the globe, including Dubai, Mykonos, New York and Miami. He will soon open a restaurant in London too.

Salt Bae started working as an apprentice in Turkish steakhouses at the age of 12, and since then he has come a long way.

His net worth as of 2020 is estimated at 60 million dollars.

On Instagram, Salt Bae has over 33 million followers, where he shares videos and pictures of himself, his restaurants, and some of his costumers.

Salt Bae goes viral on Twitter

Going to one of Salt Bae’s restaurants, where a steak costs around $300, is a once in a lifetime experience for most people.

So they make sure to book it for special occasions only and take lots of videos.

This couple went to one of Salt Bae’s restaurants to celebrate their anniversary; a video of Salt Bae feeding the woman has gone viral on Twitter, and the memes are hysterical.

Here are the top ten most hilarious memes on Twitter, reacting to Salt Bae’s feeding video!

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