Her logic was that she would be giving the bar more online exposure and increasing business, so she deserved to have free drinks.
Michelle was flabbergasted because she paid for all her own drinks at the bar even though she worked there. Plus, she has 3.7 million followers on TikTok and has never used that fact to beg for free stuff from businesses.
Rather than telling the girl no outright, Michelle congratulated her and asked how many followers she had. The girl proudly declared she had 30,000 followers and that the bar would never get recognition without her help.
Michelle questioned the girl if she had ever heard of a bartender on TikTok named Michelle, referring to herself. The girl responded that she didn’t have TikTok.
So Michelle pulled up her page, showed it to the girl, and watched her eyes widen. The girl was speechless once she realized it was Michelle’s TikTok.
In the caption, Michelle revealed that the girl changed her tune after that and ended up paying for her drinks, even tipping 20 percent.
She definitely changed her tune after that and they did pay and also tipped 20%, but since when do people with a following demand free things whereever they go? #bartenderstories
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