Are Cake Boss “cakes” over?

Cake Boss Wrigley Field concoction dumped in trash

This is hilarious. Did you see this fancy “cake” (in quotes deliberately) that Cake Boss Buddy Valastro made for the Chicago Cubs? A “faithful” rendering of Wrigley Field. (probably tasted like Wrigley Field, too).

Cake Boss Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field Buddy Valastro Cake

100 Year Chicago Cub birthday cake tossed in dumpster

Well apparently – the Chicago Cubs don’t have a “logistics” department, because the “cake” was outside in the sun all day, and likely deemed inedible after a fancy $600 a plate “gala” (even though this so-called “cake” seemed more like a child’s toy you’d be putting together on Christmas Day), so someone ordered it to the dumpster outside.

But as usual in today’s politically-correct world – some “official” at the money-making racket Major League Baseball team called the Chicago Cubs had to release some kind of phony statement for the sake of posterity.

“The team made a decision not to serve the edible portion after the cake was on display outside Wrigley Field for most of the day. Though the cake was mostly made up of non-edible material, it certainly does not excuse how a celebratory cake artfully created by Buddy Valastro and Carlo’s Bakery was handled.”

When your daily list of crucial “decisions” to make include what to do with some useless “cake,” boy, I want YOUR job!

This is one of the exact reasons why we don’t pay attention to most media these days. (h/t mongo for the link – who said “That fucking pile of crap didn’t look like there was ONE edible thing on it!”)

Cake Boss Wrigley Field Cake dumpster Chicago Cubs

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2 Comments on "Are Cake Boss “cakes” over?"


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mindcontrol
1 year 4 months ago

Doesn’t matter if the cake was edible or even real. As long as it exists on social media, that is all that counts to most marketing morons. One step closer every day…

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john14
1 year 4 months ago

What kind of fool would apologize? Or feel the need to explain themselves? They PAID for the cake, artfully decorated or not. If they wanted to light it on fire they had every right to.