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A bunch of turtle riders sent us this video from John’s Roast Beef in Lynn, alleging to show employees dropping noodles on the ground, putting them in a strainer, washing them off, and then serving it to customers:
Yea, doesn’t look good. Noodles on floor:
Noodles get “washed” in strainer:
Noodles get served:
Now we are VERY hesitant to share any type of content that casts a small business in a negative view. And we always like to get to the bottom of stories like this, because often the mob just shares shit without asking any questions. Especially if it’s from a disgruntled employee, which Jason Hederson is.
Then I went to Jason’s Facebook page and the first thing I saw was this:
He’s a grown man who’s still trying to become a rapper, calls himself “Havoc Hoodz,” and wears flat brimmed Chicago Bulls hats with the stickers still on them. I already know where this blog is going.
Of course he’s got a couple Google trophies:
Oh, and check out his music on iTunes. You’ll be begging for Billy Baggz and 2$moke before the first song’s over. Like this one about going to “the club” (very original) while complaining about the price of Red Bull and Vodka:
Almost as hot as “In the kitchen, cookin fire deals”:
So it’s not surprising that he posted a couple of hours later another video of him confronting the owner, Taso Nikolakopoulos:
Once again, we don’t actually see him “almost fighting an employee.” Taso deescalates the situation by speaking to him away from the customers, despite the scene that Wacklemore was causing.
Now let’s revisit the other video. Here’s what Vanilla Half Price had to say about it:
Alright, the video does not look good. But a couple things. First, we don’t actually see the pasta that is on the floor being cleaned, put in the bin, or served. It also doesn’t make any sense why the employee would continue to do what he is doing, despite the fact that he is being recorded. And the owner is literally standing right there overseeing it all. Yea, that makes no sense.
But White Coco doesn’t like the owner clearly, and uses 100 emojis to amplify his point:
So he’s a disgruntled former employee with an axe to grind, who now is pursuing a rap career. Meanwhile, the owner is a 47 year old family businessman who has done business in Lynn for years. Who do you believe?
When you go to John’s Roast Beef’s Facebook page you see a sudden influx of five star reviews. Almost all of them make sure to point out how clean it is:
It’s actually flooded with five star reviews which tells me one thing – people know this is bullshit. And people like John’s Roast Beef and are willing to put themselves out there to defend it.
Here’s what John’s Roast Beef had to say about it:
Figured the dooshnozzle has an axe to grind. Oh, and the video is two years old, and he’s been trying to get it to go viral for a long, long time now:
Of course Wacklemore forgot to mention that part.
I’ve met many Greek pizza shop owners. Taso might be the nicest and most diplomatic I’ve ever seen. Ninety nine percent of the Greeks I know would’ve shoved a gyro up his Milli Vanilli. That’s why I don’t fuck with Greeks. They make 90% of the food you eat, and they come from a country that was teetering on the brink of communism and instability for years. They did not come to America to fuck around with your bullshit.
We’ve already put one business in Lynn out of business for not letting cops in. The last thing we wanted to do was harm another. I’m glad we could help get to the bottom of this and let people know what a dickpod Wacklemore is. Next time I’m in Lynn I’m stopping by John’s. And if Taso is reading this, feel free to send us a message on one of our Facebook pages or email [email protected] and we can figure out a time to try your food.