“This Guy Needs to Chill”: Hilda Baci in Trouble as Liberian Chef Aloycious Attempts to Break Her Record

A Liberian chef named Wonyean Aloycious Gaye has expressed his intention to break Hilda Baci’s cooking record.

Hilda, a Nigerian chef, recently cooked at Amore Gardens in Lagos state for over 100 hours, potentially surpassing the current record holder, Indian chef Lata Tondon.


Liberian Music Industry shared this development on Facebook, stating that Wonyean Aloycious has already cooked for 7 hours to catch up with Hilda and is determined to break her record. As of this post he is already 74 hours in


Here are some social media reactions to this news:

Zakarieeshat3 remarked:

“Enemy of progress. See neck like tolo tolo.”

Kamiya wrote:

“Haha, Hilda Baci is in trouble now.”

Don McQuila said:

“Bruh, the girl ain’t even verified yet. And Guinness World Records can’t just be attempted and broken right after someone broke it. It doesn’t work like that.”

Duke said:

“Breaking the record is nothing big; there’s no lazy chef as long as you decide to do the job with passion. Moreover, the culinary field is one of the hardest jobs in the world. We are trained and ready to go for additional hours if it comes to our job. We experience these things every day at work.”

Mufasatundeednut said:

“This guy really needs to relax. Why do we always do things like this? Let Hilda shine first, now!”

Prince.ugomike.enwerem said:

“Let the man do his thing. If Hilda has inspired him to take up the challenge, it’s actually something positive. The sky is big enough for everyone to shine. Even if he ends up breaking the record, it won’t change the fact that Hilda has broken her record and made a name for herself globally. Her recognition will not be taken away at the end of the day. Let love lead. We are One Africa.”

Sweetboy_best added:

“Allow the guy to do his thing. We are all one people, one Nigeria. I see no reason not to let him, as he still represents us. Plus, it’s an opportunity to showcase that Nigeria has the manpower the world has been deprived of seeing. Let’s keep making history because our past histories were not recorded. Let love lead.”

Koffithaguru said:

“As long as the food goes around and touches everybody, Africa needs to eat.”


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