ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms quickly learned macaroni and cheese is serious business when she posted her take on the dish on Christmas.
Bottoms posted the dish as part of a number of tweets showcasing her holiday meal, but it was that cheesy dish that lead to some accusing her of a "crime."
Mac and cheese.... pic.twitter.com/E0bA5eZgZU— Keisha Lance Bottoms (@KeishaBottoms) December 25, 2018
"Someone should run a primary challenge against you for your crimes against macaroni and cheese," one Twitter user responded.
Another said "I feel like someone threw uncooked noodles & shredded cheese in the dish & expected a different outcome."
Bottoms responded to all the dish's haters, telling the "shady none cooking crew" that there was "nothing dry" in her mac and cheese.
Lol...For the shady none cooking crew, add more cheese a few minutes at the end & then mix it up to make it juicy. Trust, nothing dry here. https://t.co/vSN0tTJ1qK— Keisha Lance Bottoms (@KeishaBottoms) December 25, 2018
Bottoms' family also got into the mac and cheese debate with her mother saying it "looked dry, but it wasn't." The mayor also shared a video of family members reacting to the internet's mac attacks.
Mama said, “When I saw it I said Who made this?? And I been around here bragging that you got all of my Mama’s recipes.” 😂 pic.twitter.com/jZLDfLggsl— Keisha Lance Bottoms (@KeishaBottoms) December 26, 2018