Meat Platter Inspired By Amy Winehouse’s Corpse That Neil Patrick Harris Served At A Party

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The “Disgusting” And “Graphic” Meat Platter Inspired By Amy Winehouse’s Corpse That Neil Patrick Harris Served At A Party Just 3 Months After Her Death Has Resurfaced Online
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Stephanie Soteriou
Fri, May 13, 2022, 9:07 AM

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On July 23, 2011, the world was rocked by the news that British singer Amy Winehouse had died.
She was just 27 years old, and alcohol poisoning was determined to be her cause of death following an inquest.
Amy had battled with alcohol and drug abuse throughout her career, and in various interviews also admitted to struggling with self-harm, depression, and eating disorders.
She had stints in rehab before her death, and was even hospitalized in 2007 due to drug use.
Amy was believed to have overcome her drug addiction in 2008, saying in a 2010 interview: “I literally woke up one day and was like, 'I don't want to do this any more.’”
However, her dependency on alcohol continued to be a problem and ultimately led to her death.
Amy’s very open struggle with addiction often led to her being ridiculed by the public as well as in the media, with videos of her seemingly under the influence being circulated.
In fact, comedian Zoe Lyons’ distasteful one-liner about Amy Winehouse self-harming was declared the funniest joke of the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe in a public vote.
And just weeks after her death, TV network Comedy Central was forced to apologize after an old episode of Live At The Apollo, which poked fun at Amy and suggested that she was going to die soon, accidentally aired.
Amy continued to be the butt of the joke even after she died, with distasteful comments flooding the internet. But the jibes weren’t just being made by unknown, online trolls.
Just three months after her death, Neil Patrick Harris and his husband, David Burtka, attracted criticism when they displayed “The Corpse of Amy Winehouse” at their Halloween party buffet.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and his now-husband, Justin Mikita, were guests at the party and Justin shared a photo of the platter to Twitter at the time.
The quickly-deleted tweet read: “Look who showed up @ActuallyNPH & @GourmetMD’s Halloween party last night. Looking good.”
The disturbing photo showed a gory depiction of a rotting and bloodied corpse, complete with Amy’s iconic beehive hairdo, and a glimpse at her tattoos.
In case there was any doubt over who the dish was supposed to represent, a handwritten description that had been placed beside the food read: “The Corpse of Amy Winehouse.”
Detailing what it was made out of, the note continued in parenthesis: “Beef ribs, pulled pork, chicken sausage in a spicy BBQ sauce.”
While the plate was ultimately a meat platter, many mistakenly thought that the grotesque display was a cake, and referred to it as such in their critique.
However, the controversy was quickly dismissed and neither Neil or David ever addressed their decision to serve the dish.
More than 10 years later, writer Ashley Reese has ignited fresh backlash against the couple after tweeting about the platter.
The now-viral tweet read: “I cannot believe how many very online people over the age of 25 are just now finding out about Neil Patrick Harris’s disgusting Amy Winehouse cake…”

Neil Patrick Harris Is Facing Backlash After A Photo Of His “Corpse Of Amy Winehouse” Meal Resurfaced Online
 

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Didn’t that amy winehouse chick get caught smoking crack? I never heard a song but people used to go in on her for being a junkie. I guess Neil kept that same energy even after her death :manny:
 
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The “Disgusting” And “Graphic” Meat Platter Inspired By Amy Winehouse’s Corpse That Neil Patrick Harris Served At A Party Just 3 Months After Her Death Has Resurfaced Online
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Stephanie Soteriou
Fri, May 13, 2022, 9:07 AM

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On July 23, 2011, the world was rocked by the news that British singer Amy Winehouse had died.
She was just 27 years old, and alcohol poisoning was determined to be her cause of death following an inquest.
Amy had battled with alcohol and drug abuse throughout her career, and in various interviews also admitted to struggling with self-harm, depression, and eating disorders.
She had stints in rehab before her death, and was even hospitalized in 2007 due to drug use.
Amy was believed to have overcome her drug addiction in 2008, saying in a 2010 interview: “I literally woke up one day and was like, 'I don't want to do this any more.’”
However, her dependency on alcohol continued to be a problem and ultimately led to her death.
Amy’s very open struggle with addiction often led to her being ridiculed by the public as well as in the media, with videos of her seemingly under the influence being circulated.
In fact, comedian Zoe Lyons’ distasteful one-liner about Amy Winehouse self-harming was declared the funniest joke of the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe in a public vote.
And just weeks after her death, TV network Comedy Central was forced to apologize after an old episode of Live At The Apollo, which poked fun at Amy and suggested that she was going to die soon, accidentally aired.
Amy continued to be the butt of the joke even after she died, with distasteful comments flooding the internet. But the jibes weren’t just being made by unknown, online trolls.
Just three months after her death, Neil Patrick Harris and his husband, David Burtka, attracted criticism when they displayed “The Corpse of Amy Winehouse” at their Halloween party buffet.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and his now-husband, Justin Mikita, were guests at the party and Justin shared a photo of the platter to Twitter at the time.
The quickly-deleted tweet read: “Look who showed up @ActuallyNPH & @GourmetMD’s Halloween party last night. Looking good.”
The disturbing photo showed a gory depiction of a rotting and bloodied corpse, complete with Amy’s iconic beehive hairdo, and a glimpse at her tattoos.
In case there was any doubt over who the dish was supposed to represent, a handwritten description that had been placed beside the food read: “The Corpse of Amy Winehouse.”
Detailing what it was made out of, the note continued in parenthesis: “Beef ribs, pulled pork, chicken sausage in a spicy BBQ sauce.”
While the plate was ultimately a meat platter, many mistakenly thought that the grotesque display was a cake, and referred to it as such in their critique.
However, the controversy was quickly dismissed and neither Neil or David ever addressed their decision to serve the dish.
More than 10 years later, writer Ashley Reese has ignited fresh backlash against the couple after tweeting about the platter.
The now-viral tweet read: “I cannot believe how many very online people over the age of 25 are just now finding out about Neil Patrick Harris’s disgusting Amy Winehouse cake…”

Neil Patrick Harris Is Facing Backlash After A Photo Of His “Corpse Of Amy Winehouse” Meal Resurfaced Online
I don’t support homosexuals but this is some cancel culture and gay in it’s self. Bring up bullshyt from 11 years ago. Who gives a fukk, we got bigger issues? Gas 4.40, Inflation up, Roe V. Wade. fukk this ancient history.
 

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Didn't Amy get caught being racist or am I misremembering?

How many people especially Black people who ride her clit is strange
 
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