A woman was fired from her job before she even started after the Texas business owner became aware of a vulgar tweet she published that bashed the position she was employed to do.
“Ew I start this f**k a** job tomorrow,” Cella tweeted Friday night.
But then, an employee showed Robert Waple, the owner of Jet’s Pizza in Mansfield, the tweet. He decided to get on his hardly-used Twitter account and send a tweet for the second time since he opened the account in 2009.
“And….no you won’t start that FA job today! I just fired you! Good luck with your no money, no job life!” he posted.
Waple has since made his Twitter account private.
The girl that will have a “no money, no job life” didn’t seem fazed or apologetic as she seems to be enjoying her 5 seconds of fame.
She responded to Waple’s tweet with this.
— Cella☀️ (@Cellla_) February 7, 2015
Cella later posted, “I got fired over Twitter.” with several emojis that were crying tears of joy.
Responses varied across the board.
Some people stood up for Cella.
Some people also took to Twitter to bash Waple and his pizza shop, although he defended himself.
One Twitter user told Mr Waple, “Just thought you should know I was stoned out of my mind every time I went into work, and your pizza sucks.”
He replied, “Being high would only partly explain how you could deliver a pizza to the wrong house…multiple times. You have no hockey skills.”
Some people also tried to comfort Cella by telling her that it was a terrible job.
The others either shamed Cella or were simply in disbelief.