*Oh girl. Obviously, that wasn’t a good move. I mean, how are you gonna go online and talk crap about your new job…the one you haven’t even started yet – and then think you’re going to get away with it.
But you did it, and the result you got fired, online, in front of everybody.
The Texas business owner saw the tweet the woman published putting down the position she was hired to do.
Here’s her tweet:
“Ew I start this f**k a** job tomorrow,” Cella tweeted Friday night.
But girlfriend never got the chance to start the job because Robert Waple, the owner of Jet’s Pizza in Mansfield was shown the tweet by another employee and he decided to respond.
And here’s his.
“[N]o you won’t start that FA job today! I just fired you! Good luck with your no money, no job life!” he said.
“[W]orking register, taking phone orders, making subs/salads. Eating free pizza. How hard would that have been?” he followed up with in a tweet.
Waple has since made his Twitter account private.
Cella later posted, “I got fired over Twitter.”
Yeah Cella, we saw.
TheBlaze attempted to reach out to Waple for comment, but he was not immediately available for a phone interview.