Teen Fired From Pizza Joint for Tweet Before Starting New Job
Social media is a good way to get a job. It’s an even better way to lose one.
The tweet has been removed, but a screen shot popped up:
— Spencerrr (@spenzino93) February 10, 2015
Robert Waple, who owns Jet’s Pizza in the town of Mainsfield, was not pleased with that comment, so he responded by firing her over the social networking site, writing, “And…no you don’t start that job today! I just fired you! Good luck with your no money, no job life!”
Cella seems totally okay with the development:
— Cella☀️ (@Cellla_) February 7, 2015
I got fired over Twitter
Strangely, it appears as if Waple has removed all of his tweets since then.
Even stranger, Cella appears to have become the focal point in this scandal, with some people tweeting support and telling her she’s famous in different parts of the world, while some are applauding Waple’s swift decision to terminate her:
that @cella_ who complained about a job before she even worked, and got fired, is seemingly happy she's famous. Cant put it on a resume tho!
— jesse adams (@azguero) February 11, 2015
@Cellla_ DAMN that was funny AF lmao Now you're famous all over the world LOL Greetings from the Dominican Republic :p
— LadyKu$h (@KushLady) February 11, 2015
@Cellla_ FAMOUS in Italy
— ⭐️BBW SARA⭐️ (@JustusTaughtMe) February 8, 2015
@Cellla_ Greetings from Poland. Keep your head up high!
@Cellla_ "good luck with ur no money, no job life" this guy is straight up immature. Just goes to show success does not equal wisdom.
— Mzz Nikki Leigh (@mzznikkileigh) February 11, 2015
@Cellla_ famous in argentina 😉
— Keiou (@BriaanFz_) February 11, 2015
@Cellla_ You are famous in India too 😀
— Gaurav Aggarwal (@0007gaurav) February 11, 2015
— Glennon Martin (@GlennonMar) February 11, 2015
— peggy (@herespeggy) February 11, 2015
@Robertwaple you, sir, aren't just a boss. You're the boss.
— Cat Chat Troupe (@catchattroupe) February 11, 2015