Not only were Waffle House employees holding babies while she was working enthusiastic online, but online scammers also made a story behind the case for financial gain … TMZ I learned.
As you may know … Waffle House worker Tik Tok was infected with the virus last weekend because he was holding a baby while he seemed to be helping a cook prepare a meal.
During the investigation of the case, a person contacted us claiming to be an employee and gave us a tragic inside story explaining why he was holding a child in a video-the baby is her Claimed to be the child of a dead brother.
This person disguised as an employee also told us she was suspended for a week by the Waffle House … everything we know now is not true.
Vice President of Public Relations at Waffle House, Njeri Boss, Tells TMZ … They researched the TikTok video and “determined that the media depictions and social media posts were not accurate.”
The boss adds: “Our employees are recorded holding a baby at work, but she has nothing to do with that baby and she shows herself in a TikTok video. I haven’t identified myself, I haven’t provided a Cash App account to receive donations, I haven’t interviewed the media, and her work hasn’t been interrupted. “
Fortunately, TMZ didn’t include the scammer’s Cash App information in our story, but some people there … and probably donated it for a fake purpose.
Waffle House further explains that an employee of TikTok vid held a colleague’s baby to quickly resolve a crying child … and she will be instructed and re-instructed on appropriate safety guidelines in the future. I was trained.
The restaurant chain adds: “We may give that false story and result, not to mention the help we may give to support the obvious fraud of the general public. I warn against the further spread of damages. “
For fake TikTok profiles … be careful. It is still active and has over 14,000 followers. I contacted TikTok but haven’t received a reply yet.