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My millionaire boss made a ridiculous request to save money so I quit in a blaze of glory


A WOMAN claims she quit her job in “a blaze of glory” when her millionaire boss tried to force her to slash employee wages.

The opportunity to make a dramatic exit came after her boss threatened to fire her if she didn’t cut company pay despite huge profits. 

TikTok user @pancakewitsyruptraps says she quit her job "in a blaze of glory" after her boss demanded she carry out a "ridiculous" request

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TikTok user @pancakewitsyruptraps says she quit her job “in a blaze of glory” after her boss demanded she carry out a “ridiculous” requestCredit: TikTok / pancakewisyruptraps
According to the TikTok post, her boss threatened to fire her if she did not dock the workers' paychecks, so she quit

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According to the TikTok post, her boss threatened to fire her if she did not dock the workers’ paychecks, so she quitCredit: TikTok / pancakewisyruptraps

TikTok user @pancakewitsyruptrap revealed her dramatic departure and shared the details in a video post to the social media platform that has since gone viral.

“If you ever wanted to quit a job in a blaze of glory…I did that today,” she says in the video, which shows her speaking to the camera from her car.

According to the TikToker, the saga began several weeks earlier when she claims her boss demanded she cut pay “by significant amounts” in two different categories of workers.

She also claims the boss asked her to dock the pay retroactively.

The “ridiculous” request to save money on employee wages was made despite the business allegedly being profitable.

She called it a “terrible thing to do.”

According to the TikTok user, she expressed concerns to the boss about the questionable request and told them the money they would save was “insignificant.”

Two weeks after the boss made the initial request, she claims she received a threatening voicemail.

In the voicemail, she says she was told she would be fired if she didn’t fulfill the demand.

“If I refused to cut their pay rates I would be fired,” she recounted during the TikTok video.

The same night that she received the voicemail, the TikToker says she went right into the office to pack up her stuff.

The next morning she claims to have “went in and told every single employee in the building“ about the ultimatum she had received.

“I apologized for the s*** storm that I just brought on them by walking out,” she said.

“I can’t believe that in 2022 we still have people out there like this,” she said in the video. 

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“It’s not okay to take money away from hard working people just because you want to make more.”

The TikTokker did not reveal the business that she used to work for.

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