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TikToker slammed for saying she’s too pretty to work everyday

Young Tiktoker says she's too pretty to work

Young TikToker Lucy Welcher riled up some controversy when she posted a video claiming she was too pretty to work. 

“I do not want to work for the rest of my life,” she stated in the clip. “Does it look like I want to get up at 6 AM every f**king day for the next 60 years?”

“No! I’m too pretty for that!” the blonde stated before taking a sassy sip of her iced coffee. 

The video went viral, racking up over 10 million views. It had the internet divided. 

“Try waking up at 4 AM every day working 60 hours a week,” one viewer commented, pointing out his unfortunate situation. 

“Someone’s entitled. I hope you get humbled girl. You need it. Looks have nothing to do with working and it’s sad you have that mentality,” posted another. 

“How about trying to be an adult instead of a privileged princess expecting life to be handed to you,” a third chimed in. 

However, other views agreed with Welcher. 

“Preach it sissy! Sending this to every employer I ever had,” one viewer enthusiastically wrote.  

Another offered to take her out of the workforce for good. “You can be my housewife. I make 6 figures a year. Just make sure the house is clean and food is on the table,” he offered. 

Although Welcher managed to get people excited, she later commented that the video was just a joke. 

@luluhasfun I’m gonna make a shirt that says “2 pretty 2 work” 😍😍 #greenscreen #readinghatecomments #starbucks ♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys – Kevin MacLeod & Kevin The Monkey

She often posts videos on her channel showing her getting ready for work and tells the viewers that she was recently promoted. 

“I’m starting a new position at my job today so instead of folding towels, I’m going to be on the desk,” she revealed. 

“I’m very nervous to start on the desk because, although I may look very beautiful, smart and talented, I’m actually not smart at all,” she joked.

It is unclear as to where Welcher works.

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