Plaintiff runs two bakery stores in Los Angeles.  It baked a birthday cake for defendant’s child.  Defendant, who is a celebrity, objected to some of the icing on the cake, saying it looked like pills.  He published scathing reviews of plaintiff’s bakeries on the Internet, leading to plaintiff’s losing customers and business profits.  Plaintiff sued for defamation.  This decision holds that the trial court properly denied defendant’s Anti-SLAPP motion because he could not establish that his comments about a single birthday cake involved any issue of public concern sufficient to invoke CCP 425.16(e)’s protections.  Defendant’s comments were not closely enough related to the issue of public concern about kids mistaking medicine for candy.  The issue was not one of public concern simply because defendant was a celebrity. Disagreeing with Chaker v. Mateo (2012) 209 Cal.App.4th 1138, the decision holds that comments about a single botched transaction don’t involve a matter of public concern.