A waitress is going viral after sharing her alleged negative experiences with celebrity customers.
The user, @theclumsytraveler, claims she spent years working in the service industry in Los Angeles. Her husband, meanwhile, still does.
During that time, the two have allegedly encountered plenty of celebrity customers — both good and bad.
In her viral video, @theclumsytraveler shares some of the most notable celebs she and her husband have allegedly served, including Miley Cyrus, Christina Aguilera and, perhaps most surprisingly, Bill Nye.
According to the video, Aguilera was “not nice.” User @theclumsytraveler claims that her husband once served the singer at a restaurant and discovered she refused to communicate with him directly. Instead, she allegedly spoke through only her manager.
Miley Cyrus, on the other hand, was one of the “nicest people ever.” According to the video, @theclumsytraveler’s husband served Cyrus back when she was married to actor Liam Hemsworth.
TikTok users seemed specifically surprised by @theclumsytraveler’s final claim though, in which she named Bill Nye as one of her husband’s “mean” celebrity customers. Her clip claimed that the Science Guy requested special treatment as the restaurant was closing.
“That guy sucks,” @theclumsytraveler said of Nye. She went on to allege that he became frustrated because he couldn’t order a drink after last call.
“Is it wrong to cherry-pick and pretend I didn’t hear anything bad about Bill Nye?” one user wrote.
“Bill Nye, heartbreaking,” another added.
Other TikTokers kept their comments positive though. Many were excited to hear that Cyrus — and her then-husband Hemsworth — were allegedly great customers.
“Not surprised Miley was cool, she seems really down to earth,” one user commented.
The video was just the latest entry in a string of viral TikToks, in which service industry workers have been sharing their good and bad celebrity customers. A few months earlier, a New York City waitress earned millions of views for her video about allegedly serving Jake Gyllenhaal, Greta Gerwig and more.
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