The Grammy-winning producer, real name Dijon Isaiah McFarlane, made the accusations in an April 13 Instagram Story, during which he called the employee a “thief and a liar.” The Stories are no longer on Mustard’s Instagram account, but some media outlets were able to take screenshots of his posts before they either expired or were taken down.
“Today I found out that she ran my credit cards up over $50k buying stuff for herself !!!!” Mustard claimed. “Purses, shoes, shades and other stuff … This is f******* crazy and just wrong !!!!”
Mustard tagged Instagram user @KarissaCWalker in his posts, although Walker’s account and website don’t explicitly name Mustard as one of her clients. Her website bio does say that she’s a “model, stylist and image consultant based in Los Angeles.”
“Truly am so sorry,” she allegedly told him. “Should’ve never got to this point. My temptation turned to greed and I am so sorry.”
“All for f****** Instagram!!!” Mustard added in his post. “Mind you she gets paid $6K a month to shop, that’s $72K a year!! You. just messed that up for some f****** Instagram likes??!??”
A few Twitter sleuths cross-referenced photos on Walker’s Instagram and on the Instagram page of Mustard’s wife and noticed that certain designer items — like a camo Céline bag that retails at almost $2,000 — were featured on both accounts.
Of course, this doesn’t necessarily mean Walker bought the Céline bag just because she posed with it.
Screaminggggggg @ the stylist wearing his wife’s bag thoooo. pic.twitter.com/bWbUcAK02h
— .. (@seauxdamnpretty) April 13, 2021
Most of the response on social media seems to be incredulous that someone who supposedly made $72,000 a year would take advantage of their employer in this manner.
“This woman fumbled $6K a month to ball on someone else’s budget during a pandemic,” one Twitter user wrote. “Talk about biting the hand that feeds you.”
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