While Foodgod surely wants this lawsuit to result in a big pile of money with a side of sympathy, the internet hasn’t exactly been fulfilling that wish thus far. Since news broke of the lawsuit, social media has been flooded with jokes and general distaste for Foodgod’s extreme response to what sounds like an unfortunate cooking incident. One user tweeted, “I don’t think he should be called Foodgod after this.” Another joked, “You’d think with a name like Foodgod he could control BBQ sauce.” Pop Crave’s tweet about the lawsuit garnered its fair share of comments mocking Foodgod, with one joking, “Oh, absolutely, glass bottles are notorious for their secret desire to sabotage Instagram selfies and food endorsements. Next thing you know, salt shakers will be forming unions for better working conditions!” TikTok users have been equally brutal, with @la_megnificent posting a video quipping, “Tell me you’re broke without telling me you’re broke.”
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Comments on the video get straight to the point, “Is he not embarrassed?” and, succinctly, “The ick.” Folks aren’t buying the story that Foodgod is selling about how this injury has affected his social media work. Still, no matter what your takeaway is from Foodgod’s story and the resulting lawsuit, this is a tale that can serve as a reminder that we could all use once in a while: always be careful with glass in the kitchen.