She Started Talking About Her Tips Online, And People Are Losing Their Minds…


The woman who works at one of Hooters’ chain restaurants in Savannah, Georgia, gets slammed for being ungrateful to smaller tips.

In the video clip posted early January that’s been viewed more than eight million times, Ali (@alidspicexo) revealed ‘what we make in four hours’ while working for the famed restaurant chain. At first, she speaks highly of her generous tips, telling her 755,000 followers: “My first table, I got a $50, which was nice. It was a four-top.”

The Savannah, Georgia server rubbed people the wrong way when she appeared “ungrateful” for the small ten-dollar tips she received from some of the less well-off patrons who visited the dining establishment.

However, she rolls her eyes when saying: “My second table, I got $11.” Ali goes on to say: “My third table I got $20, and then I got $10 from a really old couple. But, whatever.”

The Hooters waitress is a young woman who identifies as a model on Instagram. As other employees share their earnings for the shifts, the TikToker then discusses some of the larger tips she’s received.

This included a whopping $300 (£220) Venmo deposit from one of her ‘regulars’.

But things end on a sour note when she says: “All right y’all, this one made me mad. But it’s whatever. They left me $10, wrote it on the bill, scribbled it out and wrote $5 when I walked away. Why?”

“YES, we are grateful we also work our [butts] off!!” she claimed.

The controversial video was uploaded with an on-screen caption that read, “What we make in 4hrs at HOOTIEZZZ.”

A number of people took to the comments section to slam Ali’s ‘ungrateful attitude’ to some of the smaller bonuses. 

“Not you being ungrateful for $5 or $10 dollars,” wrote one user, while another said: “Pls I thought $11 was MORE than enough for a tip.”

A third commented: “Imagine that old couple didn’t have much to tip but gave you the $10 thinking it was a big tip and you come here to say ‘but whatevaaa’.”

A fourth added: “Raging about a $5 tip, be lucky to get any tip in the UK.”

Others joked about leaving their jobs to work at Hooters. One wrote: “Not me having two masters degrees and wishing I worked at Hooters instead of being a teacher…”

Source: AWM

1 thought on “She Started Talking About Her Tips Online, And People Are Losing Their Minds…

  1. That ungrateful, shameless, arrogant, self-centered waitress should be thanking her lucky stars that she even receives a tip. It is customary but a tip is a gratuity for services rendered. No one is obligated to tip a server. NO ONE. But yes, when you do your job, “work your butt off”, and you treat all customers well but some don’t leave a tip, that is very disheartening BUT as I said, NO ONE IS OBLIGATED TO LEAVE A TIP. Maybe this waitress should check her attitude because maybe THAT had something to do w/the less than favorable tip.

    I can imagine she probably “blew off” the old people in favor of either her regulars or people who looked like they had (more) money.

    And BTW….”The reason why tipping can be seen as rude in Japan is because they value dignity and respect much more than tipping. The Japanese believe you are already paying for a good service, so there is no need to pay extra by tipping.”

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