She DREAMED Of Working At Hooters, Then Everyone Saw Her Photos And…


A young woman named Olivia Messina from Canada, ever since she was a little girl, had dreamt of becoming a Hooters waitress. Although she never had the opportunity to work at the popular restaurant, she decided to buy their signature orange and white uniform and proudly wear it for her friends and followers on TikTok.

Olivia, a plus-size influencer weighing 322 pounds, believed she would receive an outpouring of support for her bold move. However, she found herself at the receiving end of a barrage of cruel comments and mockery as she showcased the Hooter’s uniform.

With a steadfast determination to inspire Hooters restaurants to hire plus-size women, Olivia posted a video in June 2022 that has recently resurfaced. The video features her donning the iconic Hooters booty shorts and crop top while dancing to the hit song “Pour Some Sugar on Me” by Def Leppard. Accompanying her video was the playful caption, “Do you want fries with that?” The clip has since amassed nearly half a million views.

Not stopping there, Olivia also shared photos of herself wearing the Hooters uniform on her Instagram page, along with a suggestion for the restaurant chain: “I’d love to see more plus-size Hooters girls.”

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Despite Olivia’s body-positivity message, the comment sections were flooded with heartless and harsh remarks from haters discouraging her from pursuing her dream of being a Hooters waitress.

Among the many hurtful comments, one read, “I’m not even hungry no more, bruh.” Another person chimed in with, “Nah, don’t normalize bad health.” Yet another wrote, “Go eat a salad or something. Put the wings down. You ain’t gonna make it to 50 years old the way you’re going.”

The trolls continued, with one saying, “I’d tip you just to put clothes on.” Another added, “Not a single soul wants to see your [fat] while trying to eat wings. They have positions for you at Hooters, though. It’s called the kitchen. Or the stockyard.”

Other comments included, “Keep away from my food,” and “I always wanted to be an astronaut and go to the moon. Looks like we both have unrealistic goals, lol.”

However, not all was bleak, as Olivia had her fair share of supporters who cheered her on. One kind soul said, “I’d only visit on days you worked.” Another admirer expressed, “You would get all the attention.”

Someone else added, “I think I would be a regular customer.” A fourth supporter stated, “You’re more than qualified.”

A thoughtful commenter pointed out the importance of diversity, saying, “They really should have some diversity. Not everyone likes the same thing.”

Hooters, known for employing attractive women in revealing uniforms, now face the question: Should they hire more plus-size servers to work the floor at their restaurants across the country? As Olivia’s story unfolds, this question lingers in the minds of many, challenging the norms and pushing for a more inclusive and diverse workforce.

Source: AWM