Chef Way Apologizes For Past Tweets, But Only After Black Women Call For Reckoning

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Leave it to Black women to restore order and make sense of the senseless. Over the weekend, Black Twitter discovered that the man that calls himself Chef Way, has a disgusting history of misogynistic tweets, rife with colorism, sexism and ultimately, what can only be described as self-hate.  Dug up old tweets from an old account revealed a reality that forced a Chef Way apology, but only after coming face to face with retweets, shares and comments on videos new and old, reminding him of the past hate and bigotry he was connected with.

For those who are unfamiliar with the situation, Chef Way, born, Waymond D.  Wesley II, is a popular influencer on TikTok with hundreds of cooking videos.  According to his bio, he is a “lawyer by day”, which makes his past all the more ugly to come to grips with.  Last checked, he works in Dallas in the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.  He has over 250k followers on TikTok, 40k+ followers on Instagram and just 3,000 or so on Twitter, but that’s after word has gotten out about his past.

While it’s likely that there were many calling him out over the years, it wasn’t until this weekend when a video he posted a viral video of an oxtail pasta, that his past spilled over.

The post hasn’t been removed and there are still many comments on the video. Many began quoting the tweet reminding him of his past and wanting to know if it was true. The same began to happen on TikTok and his comments on that platform have since been turned off.

His old account: @WaymoTheGod has been deleted, but the screenshots just don’t go away.  The Chef Way colorist posts stem from around 2015 and 2016, but the hurt still lingers.

Here’s what some of those posts highlighting his past looked like:

And the response from Black Women after the backlash.

Chef Way has since lost at least a couple of his partners, after many tweets directly asking them what they would be doing now that his history has been revealed:

The Chef Way apology has since been posted on all his social media accounts, pinned to his Twitter and his instagram.

The Chef Way apology reads: “To those l’ve hurt with my past tweets that have resurfaced, I am deeply sorry. That was a moment in my life where I was sick in more ways than one. Cooking saved me. You have watched a flawed man heal. I will continue to heal and learn. Thanks for being along for the journey.”

Thank you to the Black Women who have brought this story to light and have forced him to be held accountable.


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