Jeremiah Bullfrog Stars in Rick Ross Commercial, Hosts Sunday Brunch

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Jeremiah Bullfrog has a lot on his plate, but that doesn't mean the chef and food truck owner has no time for old friends -- especially when that old friend happens to be Rick Ross.

The rapper recently filmed a Reebok commercial in which a chef plays a prominent role in the story line.

Who better to play your personal chef than your personal chef in real life?

Bullfrog, who owns the food truck GastroPod still cooks for the rapper "whenever he asks."

See also:
- Interview With Jeremiah of Bullfrog Eatz, Rick Ross's Personal Chef

Besides all of those other duties, the innovative chef will host a

special podBrunch this Saturday, March 24, from noon to 4 p.m. at Gab Studio in Wynwood. Tickets cost $35 each and are available through the GastroPod website. The menu includes:

  • shaved asparagus with lemon;
  • sweetbread slider with giardiniera;
  • kimchee waffle with egg and maple;
  • rigatoni with ricotta and ragu; and
  • yogurt with sorrel and strawberry.

Here's the commercial. Watch for the hilarious slow-motion action. Who knew Chef Jeremiah was such a good actor?

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