A Chick-fil-A Worker Was Allegedly Fired For Posting Menu Hacks On Her TikTok Account That Went Viral

Alexis Morillo
·2 mins read

From Delish

In the year 2020, TikTok quickly became a reliable source for memes, music, and, most importantly, food hacks. One teen on the app used her profile to share Chick-fil-A menu hacks from an employee's perspective, and now claims she was fired from her job at the fast food chain because of it.

TikTok user @anasteeezy posted her first Chick-fil-A hack video on July 22. In the video, she introduced herself while wearing her employee uniform and name tag: "I work at Chick-fil-A so I'm here to give you all the tips and tricks on secret menu items, how to get things cheaper, and just all that," she said.

She explained that ordering a large Arnold Palmer with four pumps of mango is about the same price thing as ordering the seasonal mango passion tea but in a larger cup. The post now has over two million views, and she guaranteed she'd be posting more tips on her page.

Just a few days later, on July 27, @anasteeezy posted another video that started off with her in her uniform to share tips on ordering frosted beverages, but the TikTok quickly cut to another clip of her saying, "Sike guys, I thought, I'm actually on my way to get fired right now."

She didn't go into detail, but the next day she posted a story time video using a popular sound on the app. In this TikTok, she explained how she made her first video, it unexpectedly went viral, and then she allegedly began receiving messages and threats from Chick-fil-A operators and employees. Then, her boss reportedly called her saying they needed to talk and that she needed to return her uniform.

Following the post, she took a break from Chick-fil-A content, but on August 8 finally came through with those frosted beverage drink hacks. (According to her, BTW, you can add different syrups and Oreo crumbles to any of their frosted beverages if you ask).

No additional information about her firing has been posted on her page, but it looks like she'll continue to provide the best ways to finesse good deals at Chick-fil-A especially without her job on the line anymore.

Chick-fil-A did not immediately return a request for comment.

You Might Also Like