Orange may be the new black, but is prison the new buffet station? Rapper Petey Pablo was recently released from prison for previous gun-related charges. While spending time in the slammer, Pablo surprisingly ate well after paying another inmate to act as his personal chef over the past two years.
The personal chef would cook tasty meals – including dishes like chicken, pizza and rice and beans – in the microwave. Pablo tells TMZ that his personal chef was more like "Miss Claudette" than iconic chef Wolfgang Puck.
"[Wolfgang Puck] ranges are not available in the big house, but microwaves were readily available. The 'chef' would buy ingredients from the prison commissary and whip up the meals. Pablo's favorite was a spicy rice bowl with jalapenos and available meat," reports TMZ. "It was some of the best food you could ever make in a microwave," the rapper tells the source.
Although Pablo was sentenced to 35 months behind bars after his firearms conviction, he was released four months ahead of schedule. We're wondering if the rap star plans on adhering to his culinary ritual by hiring a true personal chef fulltime now that he's free…
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