Girl Gets Fired From Work Because Of Her 'Inappropriate' Crop Top
On 11th July 2021
In a series of events that fell like dominoes, this girl went viral for a TikTok she made while crying. A coworker that saw the TikTok reported her, resulting in her being fired. Soon after, she made another TikTok and all her followers went and left negative reviews for the club which was about to be launched.
Vanessa Zavala, 22, walked into work wearing this crop top when she was sent home. In a teary TikTok she said she was shocked by the decision since the place she worked at didn’t have a dress code policy.
She claimed that girls would show up to the workplace wearing corsets and lingerie and that the club had pictures of naked women on the wall. She questioned why her long-sleeved crop top was deemed ‘inappropriate’ in an environment such as this.
"I work at this bar-restaurant club thing where b****es will show up there in f***ing corsets, lingerie tops to work.
"But MY shirt, my long-sleeve crop top shirt is f***ing 'ugly' and 'inappropriate'.
"What sense does that make?!"
The video which now has 520,000 views was followed up by another where she revealed that she had now been fired from her job. Her previous employers had seen the video and although she had not named the restaurant in the video, commentators had guessed where she worked.
"I go to work the next day and everything is fine. The manager pulled me into his office. I got fired for posting a TikTok expressing how I felt, even though I didn't name drop. Now I'm broke and unemployed."
She continues to get angrier through the course of the video,
"Someone definitely sent my video to the owners and they were like, 'OK, even though she didn't name drop, even though she didn't even say anything bad about the restaurant, we're going to have to fire her a** because she's talking about us."
"That's why I literally got fired, because it's privately f***ing owned by three men and obviously if I'm on the internet crying, even if I didn't name drop, of course they're going to f***ing fire me.
"I didn't get a warning, they didn't say can you take down the video, I didn't name drop anyone."
This is when her fans mobilized. She revealed the name of the restaurant in the video and announced the launch date, telling her fans to do with that information whatever they wanted to.
She also said she was so angry she wanted to make a scene and wanted to review bomb the website.