‘Below Deck Med’: Chef Kiko Admits Exhaustion and the Cameras Pushed Him to the Brink

by Jeremy Spirogis
Hindrigo "Kiko" Lorran from

Chef Hindrigo “Kiko” Lorran from Below Deck Mediterranean admits that the mix of pure exhaustion with being filmed nonstop pushed him to the brink.

Hindrigo "Kiko" Lorran from 'Below Deck Med'
Hindrigo “Kiko” Lorran | Karolina Wojtasik/Bravo

Lorran was filmed commanding the kitchen like a boss throughout one constitution. But then he seemingly fell aside throughout the next constitution. The extra he was pressured to carry out, the more durable it was for him to ship. He shared on various events on the present that the strain messed together with his mojo, which in the end led to Captain Sandy Yawn having to fireside the sunny chef.

During a heartbreaking episode, Lorran is heard sobbing inside his cabin after he was fired. He seems the subsequent day after little to no sleep, clearly spending the night time in tears. Unlike chef Leon Walker, who was fired for various causes on Below Deck season 3, Lorran completed the constitution and made the company blissful.

Chef Kiko cites extraordinary circumstances

Lorran obtained an outpouring of affection on social media. Many followers reacted strongly about his departure and Lorran made an announcement on Instagram about his exit.

“[Don’t] blame the other crew members for me leaving the show,” he wrote in his post. “A chef is responsible to make his own decision, I was so tired and I did a couple of right and a couple of wrong things, the pressure and the cameras made me [lose] my mind. In normal circumstances that probably would not happen but it did.”

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He wished followers to grasp that he takes full accountability. “So I have to say that was on me,” he continued. “I hope I can still make you guys smile here and also inspired you guys with my food, personality, and adventures 😁, it’s been amazing time and I feel so blessed in this world and I’m so So So happy with you all. I can’t believe that I have so many great fans😂 thats is amazing.”

He thanked followers for all their love and assist

Lorran is properly conscious of the numerous fanbase he’s created in a short while.  “I just wanna say thank you so much for all the support and I love what you guys are sending to me,” he shared. “I can really feel this amazing energy! Also I hope I could represent my country, all the latinos and hard workers around the globe, life is not always easy for us. So when we have an opportunity we take no matter what👊💪..”

He can also be grateful to have the chance to be on the present. “Thank you so much @bravotv and @51minds for this opportunity and experience, in the show I could see what I am really good in and be more confident and also I could see where I need to improve to be a better chef and also a better person.”

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Lorran hoped that viewers and followers can take the excessive street too. “Spread the love guys not hate that’s the message I wish to send to you all!” he added to his post. “We are humans let’s try to be Angels.(so cheesy😂😂) Love you guys. God, Jah, buda, Allah whatever you believe bless you all!”

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