“I had a lady complain today because my work uniform was a ‘distraction’ to her husband.”
In response to the alleged customer, La La said: “I guess I’ll leave my ass at home next time?”
She ended the video with both middle fingers directed at the angry woman.
Her initial video went viral, and now she has amassed more than 4 million followers on TikTok.
La La’s popularity led her to make a follow-up video. This time, she addressed a comment calling her “an attention-seeking, home-wrecking [n-word].”
“My back hurts from carrying the weight of not caring because I did nothing wrong except wear my uniform and STILL sexually objectified and harassed,” she said.
There are few details concerning the situation aside from La La’s version of the incident.
As the essential worker put it, “Disclosing my work location is a huge breach in security and safety not only for myself, but also for my coworkers & managers.”
“I absolutely do NOT want to (possibly) put them in harms way or have them being harassed just because of a viral video,” she added.
According to the restaurant’s employee handbook, it states, “Keep in mind that anything that could be considered distracting or not in the best interest of Burger King will not be permitted.”
But does the policy apply to well-endowed sisters?