Anthony Bourdain Interrupts Twitter Rant to Praise "National Hero" José Andrés for Puerto Rico Relief Work

After unleashing fury on Harvey Weinstein, the chef offered an important "reminder" for his followers.

Anthony Bourdain has been on a Twitter rampage lately. First, he tweeted his fierce support of girlfriend and Harvey Weinstein accuser Asia Argento... following it up with a string of rage- and expletive-filled tweets directed at the Hollywood mogul, in which he called him a "pimp" and a "predator." Then, he turned his Twitter rage on Hillary Clinton for what he deemed a too-tepid response to the scandal.

Now, he has some nice things to say as a different horrific scenario continues to unfold: Puerto Rico after hurricane Maria. He turned his attention to Chef José Andrés, who is on the ground serving in the neighborhood of 100,000 meals daily to people in need.

"Just a reminder," Bourdain tweeted. "@chefjoseandres is a national hero. His efforts in Puerto Rico should inspire us all."

And indeed, Andrés' work has been nothing short of heroic. Read 7 surprising facts about the man behind the inspiring efforts.

And dig into the incredible, grassroots efforts Bethenny Frankel is spearheading, too.

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