Chipotle Manager Who Was Fired After Sticking Up To Frequent Dine & Dashers Might Get Re-Hired

Chipotle is under fire for controversially firing one of their managers after a video of her refusing service to a group of African-American customers went viral on Twitter.

The video was posted by Masaud Ali, 21, who claimed to have been subjected to racism by the manager at a Chipotle in Saint Paul. Minnesota. He shared a video of the manager saying they have to pay because they never have money when they come to the restaurant. The men then complain that they want their food and that they frequent this Chipotle all the time. The video has been viewed over 6.71 million times.

Along with the video, he tweeted, “Can a group of young well established African American get a bite to eat after a long workout session. @ChipotleTweets ??”

Ali continued to post videos and tweets of the staff refusing to serve them unless they paid before ordering. He claims that the Chipotle workers assumed he looked like someone that stole from the store before.

His video has sparked a fierce backlash against the Mexican chain. Chipotle fired the manager the following day the video was posted. But now it appears that Chipotle possibly made a mistake.

Old tweets of Ali show him boasting about dining and dashing, when you order food, eat and run out without paying. It’s stealing and illegal. Since his dine and dash tweets went viral he deleted them, but there are always receipts.

In 2016 Ali tweeted, “Aye man I think chopotle catchin up to us fam. should we change locations and yoooooo what should we do about the other thing.”

In July 2015 he posted, “Dine and dash is forever interesting” followed with laughing crying emojis.

Another post from 2015 read, “not a dine and dash we’re just borrowing the food for a couple hours that’s all.”

In another post, he boasted about dining and dashing at Applebees and only tipping their waitress 20 cents.

Now people on Twitter are coming for Ali and his friends for getting a person fired and lying about being discriminated against. Chipotle is even rethinking their actions regarding firing the manager. On November 18 they admitted they were too quick to fire the manager.

“Our actions were based on the facts known to us immediately after the incident, including video footage, social media posts and conversations with the customer, manager, and our employees,” Chipotle Chief Communication Officer Laurie Schalow told Fox News on Sunday. “We now have additional information which needs to be investigated further. We want to do the right thing, so after further investigation we will re-train and re-hire if the facts warrant it.”

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