Teen Tweets About Not Wanting To Start Job & Gets Fired
How do you get fired before you even start??????
A Texas teen was fired from her pizza shop job before she even started because she complained about the “f–k a–” gig on Twitter, she claimed.
The teenager, only known as Cella on Twitter, was getting ready to start her first day at Jet’s Pizza in Mansfield, Tex., on Saturday, when she tweeted that she was less than thrilled about it.
“Ew I start this f–k a– job tomorrow,” @Cellla tweeted on Friday along with seven thumbs down emojis.
But shop boss Robert Waple saw the message and swiftly booted the rookie pizza maker.
“No you don’t start that FA job today! I just fired you! Good luck with your no money, no job life!” @Robertwaple tweeted on Saturday — the first time he used his account since 2009.
He explained that he would have preferred to call her to give her the axe — but since he wasn’t in the office, the tweet would have to do.
One of Waple’s current employees snitched on Cella and showed the manager the tweets, he said. The teen was hired to work the registers, take phone orders, make subs and salads, and eat free pizza, he tweeted.
“How hard would that have been?” Waple asked.
Cella didn’t seem to take the news too hard: “I got fired over Twitter,” she tweeted later in the day with three laughing emojis.
Other Texas teens said she dodged a bullet: The job isn’t as cushy as Waple made it sound, they tweeted.
SMH…you big dummy!