Having pineapple as a topping on pizza is a matter of intense debate, but there’s one topping that almost everyone seems to agree is disgusting: a gulab jamun. The photo of a pizza with gulab jamuns as a topping is doing the rounds of social media platforms and no one has anything nice to say about it.
The photo that is going viral is of three boxes of the bizarre sweet pizza, that has khoya, rose petals, sliced almonds and gulab jamuns.
The photo first appeared on Reddit on the site’s Pakistan’s page and was among the most upvoted.
While many asked why the dish was made in the first place, one said, “Italy please invade us and just end it all”, while another user wrote, “Burn it down”.
The reactions were similar on Twitter as well, with many calling it “blasphemy”. Some said that no matter how much they loved pizza and gulub jamun, the two do not go together.
“And just like that pineapple pizza isn’t the most hated pizza on planet,” one user remarked.
— i’m your summer girl (@mohantee) November 9, 2019
Even my sweeter than sweet teeth cannot convince me to try this https://t.co/Usg7iyktN9
— 🌙☀️✨ (@KittyQuested) November 9, 2019
— TeJaL (@Federista93) November 9, 2019
When you serve barat ki roti and meeth together because of time constraint 🤣🤣 https://t.co/GbexGNZRBg
— Nasir Nawaz (@Nasir966) November 9, 2019
— محمد اسامہ (@MrrHapiness) November 9, 2019
Pizza ki pic.twitter.com/k393V0LAXL
— Niraag® S 🏏 (@niraag69) November 9, 2019
— VedVyazz (@vedvyazz) November 8, 2019
This crime against humanity needs to be tried under the Geneva convention.
— Hasnain Haider (@langahwhotweets) November 8, 2019
…. And just like that pineapple pizza isn’t the most hated pizza on planet
— Aditya Thakkar (@aadi106) November 8, 2019
This is blasphemy. 🤷🏻♂️
— marb (@TheAsadRaza) November 7, 2019
— Pagliaccio (@faisal_parla) November 7, 2019
WTF IS THIS ILL HAVE NIGHTMARES
— K 🌙 (@localbicon) November 7, 2019
O C’mon ! How can we allow such horrible act to happen to few things which are still original, pure and consistent in this country, like Gulab Jamans ? Think we need a mass hashtag movement to save it. #savegulabjaman
— Ali Shafqat Khan (@alishafqatkhan) November 7, 2019