A woman from Mansfield, Texas is becoming famous world over because she got fired over Twitter.
She goes by the Twitter handle @Cellla_ and tweeted this before her first day at a new job:
Unfortunately for her, her future boss @Robertwaple saw it and responded:
In response, she sent these tweets.
@Cellla’s story started getting heard all over the world, with people saying she was famous in places like Saudi Arabia, Holland, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Belgium, and France.
@Cellla_ Famous in Puerto Rico too!!!!— Rene Plaza Baez (@reneplazabaez) February 11, 2015
While there were some messages of support, calling out the manager for being unprofessional, others supported the manager’s decision.
Most of the tweets supporting @Cellla appear to me like they are just highly entertained by the situation, rather than actually taking a moral stance. @Cellla_’s responses come off as extremely entitled. The support she is getting through people who just want a quick laugh out of it enables this entitled thinking.
I mean, imagine that you hired someone and they publicly said they couldn’t give a s*** about working for your business. I wouldn’t want that employee working for me either. Call me old fashioned, but this is exactly how I feel.