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Griffin Green, 24, moved to the Bronx from Michigan last week for a new opportunity as a sales development rep with the software company Outreach, Reason reported.
He took to TikTok to complain that bodegas - corner stores - in his Bronx neighborhood only stocked unhealthy instant foods, and that it was hard to shop properly there, compared to a larger supermarket like Kroger back home.
But busybody Twitter hall monitors soon seized on the clips, claiming they demonstrated white privilege, with Green's cowardly employer bowing to pressure from the niche accounts to terminate their staffer.
Outreach told Reason that Green was fired for sharing an offer of employment letter on social media, not because of the controversial bodega videos which earned him the moniker 'Bodega Bro.'
But the publication suggested Outreach was using that as a fig leaf to justify its decision to fire him over the innocuous bodega clips
The series of videos that sparked the online outrage shows Green walking around his Bronx neighborhood, where he had moved for his new job, while he blasts the local bodegas and asked his viewers how he was supposed to make dinner and where he could find a 'big grocery store.'
'OK, so I just moved to New York and I'm going to go grocery shopping, and so I type in like, 'grocery stores,' on my Apple Maps, and every f–king one I go to … they're like this s–t,' he told the camera in one video.
Midwest college grad, Griffin Green, 24, who recently moved to the Bronx for a job, posted TikTok videos complaining about shopping at bodegas, earning him the moniker 'Bodega Bro'
Outreach told Reason that Green was fired for sharing the offer letter on social media, not because of the controversial bodega videos which earned him the moniker 'Bodega Bro'
'Like bro, that's not a grocery store,' he said as he turned the camera to show one of the small stores. 'I'm trying to get, like eggs, yogurt, cheese, s–t like that. Like, look at this place.'
Green continues to walk through his Bronx neighborhood and states he's been to several and doesn't know what to do about dinner.
'Like I've literally been to like five of those now, and like, I don't know what the f–k I'm about to do for dinner. Like where are the Krogers and the Whole Foods at? Like I'm about to eat f–king like cereal and ramen for dinner, like what the f–k?'
The clip went viral after a Twitter user posted