90 Day Fiance alum Ed Brown has been enjoying his fame on the reality TV show for some time. Rosemarie Vega’s ex-boyfriend is famous for his antics, some of which tend to be repetitive and boring. But Big Ed Brown’s latest stunt seemed to have triggered more criticism. This is after he devoured a large burger, despite supposedly being on a diet and trying to lose weight.
Ed is back on YouTube doing the ‘mukbang’. The 90 Day Fiance star made a video of himself “destroying the world’s biggest burger”. In the 12-minute video, the reality star visited Rudford’s restaurant in San Diego, California. There, she took part in a burger-eating challenge.
The 90 Day Fiance celebrity has to eat a 5 pound burger tower in 30 minutes. Big Ed Brown eagerly devours the massive burger, taking large mouthful after mouthful – or so it seems. It didn’t take Big Ed Brown long to empty his plate. However, he doesn’t actually eat everything. The reality star secretly hid the burger next to him, barely eating half of it.
Not everyone will be impressed by Big Ed Brown’s latest action. They called out the 90 Day Fiance star for wasting food on the lookout. Others pointed out that Ed has worked hard to lose weight, so eating unhealthy food defeats that purpose. This isn’t the first time fans and haters alike have been outraged by Big Ed Brown’s actions. The reality star is constantly ridiculed for his cameo videos, in which he wears overdone costumes and acts exaggerated.
90 Day Fiance: Fans Tired Of Ed Brown Already?
More and more people seem to be getting tired of Ed. Ever since his debut on the show with his ex-girlfriend Rosemarie Vega, he’s been getting criticism left and right. But things got worse for Ed after his alleged mistreatment of Liz. One leaked conversation revealed that Big Ed Brown verbally abused Liz over the phone. Apparently this was the final straw for many 90 Day Fiance fans.
An online petition has been launched to have Ed removed from TLC and the franchise. It has already reached its initial target of 25,000 signatures and is now a few thousand short of its new target of 50,000 supporters.