Gordon Ramsay just hit the woah in response to the viral TikTok hit "Gordon Ramsay"

17 October 2019, 16:03

Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

Gordon Ramsay reacted to the song 'Gordon Ramsay' by HL Wave and Jhonny Flames. Turns out, the British chef can absolutely hit The Woah as evidenced by his TikTok video with daughter, Tilly Ramsay.

Gordon Ramsay is one of the most memeable chefs in the world. Whether he's linking up with Lil Nas X to make paninis or reminding us that we are all, indeed, idiot sandwiches, the popular chef is certainly no stranger to an Internet Moment™. If you're an avid TikTok user, you may have heard a popular song called 'Gordon Ramsay' by two young musicians from Texas named HL Wave and Jhonny Flames.

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The song samples one of Gordon's expletive-laced TV moments and starts off with the lyrics: "If she can't clap without her hands then I don't want that bitch. I feel like Gordon Ramsay how I flick my fucking wrist."

Listen to HL Wave and Jhonny Flames' "Gordon Ramsay" below.

People are pairing the song up with a viral dance move called the "Clock Woah", which is essentially a modified version of "The Woah".

Rolling Stone recently interviewed the artists responsible for the song, HL Wave and Jhonny Flames, and said in their headline that Gordon "may not know" that a song named after him was going viral on TikTok.

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As it turns out, Gordon Ramsay is well aware and responded to Rolling Stone's headline with a video of himself and his daughter Tilly doing the Clock Woah set to the song 'Gordon Ramsay'.

Gordon's clock was a little shaky but his Woah was CLEAN af.

And, in case you were wondering, one of the artists on the song has extended a Twitter invitation for Gordon to appear in the music video for 'Gordon Ramsay'. We'll see how that works out, though. They might just end up making sandwiches together in the end.