Guy Fieri Offers to Feed Area 51 Raiders with ‘Radioactive Ribs’

Area 51 has always been shrouded in mystery but now over 2 million people are ready to storm the military compound to free any aliens they may have inside. Guy Fieri is stepping up to the plate to feed those who decide to storm the compound.

Fieri plans on helping the Kyles, rock throwers and Naruto runners with some ribs. He posted a picture on Twitter and apparently is using a new recipe, ‘Radioactive Ribs’.

He tweeted: “Workin’ on some new recipes for the folks inside Area 51 The Radioactive Ribs are lookin’ goooooood.”

Let’s just hope the aliens in area 51 are hungry for some ribs as well.

Fieri may have his hands full cooking for those who plan on raiding area 51. They will need their strength because the Air Force isn’t taking the threat lightly.

They made a statement in the Washington Post in which they warned:

“Area 51 is an open training range for the US air force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces. The US air force always stands ready to protect America and its assets.”

There is a lot of secrecy that surrounds area 51. It was only outed officially in 2013 but for years, it has been the target of conspiracy theorists. They believe that the base has UFOs, aliens, and Advanced Technology.

A Facebook event, ‘Lets Storm Area 51: They Can’t Stop All Of Us‘ was created earlier this month. The plan was to ‘meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets.’

Although it may have been a joke, it has been quite popular and over 2.5 million people are signing on the dotted line to attend the event. It is supposed to happen on September 20.

Most people realize that it’s a joke and nobody is actually going to try to storm the base. That being said, officials are already warning that area 51 exists in an inhospitable climate.

Peter Merlin is an aerospace historian who has written about area 51. He told NBC News that those who try to attend the event will already be at risk because of the desert terrain around the base.

Then again, why go in person because the whole thing is going to be live-streamed.

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