Texans News: Gordon Ramsay responds to J.J. Watt’s cooking on Twitter

J.J. Watt #99 of the Houston Texans (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images)
J.J. Watt #99 of the Houston Texans (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images) /

J.J. Watt is always full of Texans news when it comes to his Twitter account as this time he got a response from one of the best chefs in the world.

Over the past couple days some Houston Texans news has come from the kitchen on J.J. Watt, and now even celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is involved as Watt mentioned the chef in a recent tweet about some of his own homemade cooking one recent evening.

If one keeps track of Watt on Twitter, he’s very entertaining on the social media platform, sharing photos and videos of his family, friends, workouts, football accomplishments and now his cooking skills.

The best way to put it, J.J. Watt is just like all of us when it comes to his Twitter account, which makes him even more of a fan favorite to not just Texans fans, but all fans of football and entertainment.

The Texans news for the defensive end started out as a joke on himself so to speak, with Watt having the following photo of the dinner he was proud of on his personal Twitter account, and to be honest, it does look like a good-tasting meal:

A little later on Twitter, the three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year defended his cooking with the following tweet after some posted responses from his followers:

Then things got very real when the celebrity chef himself — and the star of numerous TV shows like “Hell’s Kitchen” and “MasterChef” — Gordon Ramsay caught wind of the tweet and some fun ensued.

The sometimes serious, but respected chef had a fun tweet of his own to J.J. Watt and the food he displayed in the previous tweets.

Following the tweet by Gordon Ramsay, J.J. Watt had one final and humorous response of his own to Ramsay and his Twitter followers:


Exchanges like this are why Twitter can be fun and show the social media outlet doesn’t have to full of negativity all the time. J.J. Watt and Ramsay — who in their own professional fields are two of the most intense — showed their laidback side in the small Twitter exchange.

J.J. Watt lately has been very entertaining on Twitter, and not just with the Ramsay exchange, but with his brothers T.J. Watt and Derek Watt about having a “Quarantine Olympics,” poking fun at himself with old photos, making entertaining comments, hosting Saturday Night Live, or showing old highlights of past football games.

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The defensive end J.J. Watt makes social media fun, and the Texans news he brings off the field is just as entertaining as the plays he makes on the field.