Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine is going to show how the chef deglamourizes the class A drug, the ‘Hell Kitchen’ celebrity is on the warpath, no cocaine in our lives.
The world-famous British chef does his best to protect the common people and the next generation of drugs, the cocaine is the evil. As sooner the person understands it is better. The 50-year-old Gordon is ditching his kitchen whites for tonight’s offering on ITV after having enough of watching the drug wreck the careers of colleagues, including a protégé who lost his life to an overdose in 2003.
Ramsay is father-of-four who believes that cocaine use is spiralling out of control in the UK and that we now consume more than anywhere else in Europe. Moreover, Ramsay also discovered dozen times the traces of the drug in the toilets of his own restaurants. According to the recent data, cocaine is actually rife in the restaurant trade.
Gordon Ramsay’s documentary about cocaine
Ramsay’s two-part documentary will also jet to South and Central America to witness the illegal process of the cocaine production. The celeb chef will head into the deep Colombian rainforest to behold a coca farmer use cement powder, petrol and battery acid to cook his cocaine, which earns him £30 a week.
In true Ramsay style, he says:
“Nobody wants to talk about it,” he argues, “but they all want to f***ing snort it.”
Ramsay posted this clip on Twitter ahead of the show:
“Like any addict they live for the day and each day is a challenge.”
Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine airs tonight at 9pm on ITV.