Kristin Chenoweth Gets Starbucks Barista Fired — Not Cool

I know that celebrities are used to being tattled on via social networking sites, and so they feel it’s okay to turn the tables on every-day people.  But this has to stop.  Kristin Chenoweth tweeted about a “rude” Starbucks barista, and the woman was subsequently fired.  First of all, If I got fired from a job every time I had a poor attitude, I would never be employed.  Second, you might have a poor attitude too if you made 7 dollars an hour in a terrible economy.  Third, I know you are very talented and very famous, and the people around you cater to your every whim, but did you ever hear of a bad day?  Let it be known that I’m not trying to pick on Kristin Chenoweth, who I have actually heard is an extremely kind person.  But this should be a message to celebrities everywhere — when we lodge daggers your way, it’s taken with a grain of salt.  When you lodge daggers at baristas — it’s taken seriously.

4 thoughts on “Kristin Chenoweth Gets Starbucks Barista Fired — Not Cool”

  1. Did you even see the interview? She said that she hoped that the rude barista wasn’t fired. Do you always overreact like this?

  2. Did you even see the interview? She said that she hoped that the rude barista wasn’t fired. Do you always overreact like this?

  3. To answer your question, yes I “always overreact.” I believe it has become a dishmaster art form. Also, I saw the interview and I stand by my point. I know Kristin is a very sweet person, but this is not the first time a celebrity tweet has gotten someone fired.

  4. To answer your question, yes I “always overreact.” I believe it has become a dishmaster art form. Also, I saw the interview and I stand by my point. I know Kristin is a very sweet person, but this is not the first time a celebrity tweet has gotten someone fired.

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