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Who is the Chick-fil-A Sauce Girl? And Was She Fired?

The Chick-fil-A sauce girl went viral on TikTok after a video of her taking an order from a customer was posted.

In the video, the girl made exaggerated faces while taking an order from a customer.

The customer, who was recording the video, requested a barbeque or buffalo sauce.

The Chick-fil-A sauce girl responded with a look of astonishment saying, “No Chick-fil-A sauce?”.

In this article, you’ll learn who is the Chick-fil-A sauce girl on TikTok, the original video, and whether she was fired.

Who is the Chick-fil-A sauce girl?

The Chick-fil-A sauce girl is a cashier at Chick-fil-A who went viral on TikTok after a video of her taking an order from a customer was posted on the platform.

In the video, she was making exaggerated faces at a customer (who is actually her sister).

The cashier is Gina Lynn, who is an actress who “likes making people smile”, according to her Cameo bio.

Gina has over 350k followers on TikTok (@.gina.lynn), but the original video was not posted by her.

The video was recorded and posted by her sister, @lav3ndr_ on TikTok and the whole thing was a skit.

After the original video was posted, other creators started posting animations and parodies of it.

User @electronicant78 animated Gina and turned her into Abby Mallard (from Chicken Little) and Hello Kitty.

Chick-fil-A girl original video

The Chick-fil-A girl original video was recorded and posted by @lav3ndr_ on TikTok, who is Gina’s sister.

The video got over 2.8 million views and more than 400k likes.

In the video, @lav3ndr_ requested a barbeque or buffalo sauce.

Gina responded with a goofy expression—wide eyes and an extended neck.

Was the Chick-fil-A girl fired?


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♬ original sound – Gina

No, the Chick-fil-A girl was not fired from the fast-food restaurant.

In a 44-second-long video, Gina addressed the rumors about her getting fired from Chick-fil-A.

“I did not get fired guys, it was a misunderstanding. I was very emotional”.

“Like I said I was very new to the company. Everything is cool. I’m taking a little break”.

“It was just a misunderstanding. No hate to that place. And I’m sorry about that video”.

The video got over 16 million views and more than 1 million likes.

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