Kanye West Tweeted His Menu For The Night & We’re All Wondering WTF A ‘Rajasthani Gnocchi’ Is
Rapper Kanye West recently tweeted the picture of his seat at a wedding with the caption that just read ‘another great seat’. Wow, Kanye. That’s really specific of you.
another great seat 👍 pic.twitter.com/OYMThNSVmx
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) September 9, 2018
Anyhow, what seemingly caught the attention of his Indian followers was a dish on the menu that said, ‘Rajasthani Gnocchi’.
That’s weird because us Indians do not have the slightest idea as to what the fuck that dish is.
I just want to know wtf Rajasthani gnocchi is https://t.co/PWmvLBNyMt
— Sumedh Natu (@sumedhnatu) September 9, 2018
Anyhow, people being people, started assuming what the dish might be.
I really hope you’re speaking about the bride here when you say, ‘oh white people’.
Omg I think Rajasthan gnocchi= gatte ki sabzi. This is like the whole haldi doodh = golden latte business. Oh white people.
— Spriha (@sprihapun) September 9, 2018
Uhhh, is it though?
— Radhika Tonsey (@radzzzzster) September 9, 2018
Someone who knows her food!
It’s gatte ki sabzi for sure. 😂 Ugh, not a fan. Maybe the Asian peanut twist will do some good, though?
— Saniaa Shah (@SaniaaSan) September 10, 2018
Bhai ko alag hi issue hai menu se.
Exactly! Also why is there sev on roasted baingan
— Dodi M (@DodMen) September 10, 2018
This could be a huge mistake though.
Im pretty sure it’s gatta nu shaak.
— I’ve made a huge mistake (@GuptRogue) September 9, 2018
Agar 1 crore ka sawal hota to sure hoti aap?
Gatte ki sabzi for sure🤣
— Sharayu Ail (@SharayuAil) September 9, 2018
No. It’s quite probable that it might be baati too!
Gatte in all probability
— anurag bakhshi (@anuragbakhshi) September 9, 2018
Yeah. It’s just a generation removed from momo wali hari chutney!
Must be Dhaniya Nariyal Chatni
— Siddharth Patni (@aageSeLeftLelo) September 9, 2018
Lel. The last time I was this obvious, my mom was 4 months pregnant!
— swapna mankodi (@smankodi) September 9, 2018
Okay, guys. I have guessed enough. Rajasthani people reading this, you’re up!
Source: Scoop Whoop