A HOOTERS girl has defended herself and her colleagues who do not get tips if they look a certain way.
The 21-year-old has explained on TikTok how male customers are constantly critical of her appearance while at work.
TikTok user Julia (@jules_f) called some Hooter’s customers “crazy” for their behavior towards some of the waitresses at the sports bar.
The pregnant waitress responded to a comment left by a follower who said: “I’ve had pregnant hooters servers & they don’t get tipped as a result.”
Julia responded with a video of herself looking judgemental and she wrote in the caption, “that’s crazy dawg” with a crying face emoji.
Some of Julia’s 65,000 followers replied to the video, venting their frustrations.
One wrote: “Oh look! She’s going to have a kid and needs more money than ever!
“But I’m not going to give her any because it makes me think of her as a person.”
Another added: “I’ve had a pregnant Hooters waitress before!! I still tip them the same if not a little more because of it!!
“Any little extra helps!!”
Julia is expecting a baby and has posted a video about her experiences where customers have judged her.
She wrote in the caption: “It’s always the males” before explaining further in her video that she was criticized for her pregnant body shape.
In the video, a customer says: “You’re getting a little fat.”
She replies with an angry face: “I’m growing a human bro.”
Viewers called it a “great response” and a number congratulated her on the baby adding that she looks “beautiful.”
In another video highlighting her pregnancy and the double standard of men at Hooters, she reveals that she is over four months pregnant.
She wrote in the caption: “You can’t even tell yet but I can…I promise to prove you wrong if someone says I can’t do something.”
“No one wants a pregnant Hooters girl representing us,” the video text read.
She then cut the video to a clip of her working at the Daytona 500.
The text read: “*worked at the Daytona 500 four months pregnant.*”
A follower commented: “Congratulations!!! That is so cool u and ur baby got to experience something so fun together.”
Julia is dedicated to showing pregnant women that carrying a baby doesn’t mean they have to stop doing their favorite things.