A Texas teen was fired from her job at a pizza place before her first day of work. And it was all because of a tweet.

The Twitter user, named Cella, was hired at Jet's Pizza in Mansfield, Texas. But the day before her first day at work, she shared her true feelings on Twitter. 

"Ew I start this **** *** job tomorrow," Cella wrote on Twitter, adding a string of thumbs-down emoji characters.

Jet's Pizza owner Robert Waple found out about her tweet after he was tipped off from another employee at the restaurant. He swiftly used the site's 140 characters to fire her.

"And….no you don't start that ** job today! I just fired you! Good luck with your no money, no job life!" he replied.

It was the first that Waple used his Twitter account since 2009.