— Mario Lopez (@MarioLopezExtra) August 15, 2015
Past season celebrities often test just how out of style they are by seeing who is still willing to give them free shit. It’s never considered unwarranted soliciting when you’ve been on TV. That’s why Mario Lopez with an estimated net worth of around $16 million attempted to finagle free food from a San Antonio restaurant. The key to staying rich is never spending your own money. Public penny pincher Lopez thought he could trade an Instagram post of his attendance at the restaurant for a full financially covered feeding. You need to have at least more than a million followers and amazing tits before FitTea is even free. Both of which Mario lacks.
San Antonio Chef Jason Dady appears to have pointed the finger at a certain TV host as the person who asked for a free meal in exchange for an Instagram post. “A certain celebrity called Range tonight asking for a free meal in exchange for a single Instagram post promoting it. Quote. Unquote. ‘We’ll put you on the map,'” Dady said on his Facebook page. “We called back to decline and literally got hung up on.” Dady said if his post received more than 1,000 likes, which it did, he would reveal the shady celebrity.After confirming the caller was “absolutely not” a Spurs player, Dady liked a post suggesting Lopez was the culprit and then posted a gif, or moving image, of Lopez from his Saved By The Bell days. “Hates gonna hate, Slaters gonna slate,”
Thanks to Yelp average people believe their opinions on food matter so much that they should be rewarded with skipping out on the bill. To think humans used to eat in order to not die of starvation. It’s almost guaranteed that any place where the patrons are taking more selfies with their plate than spoonfuls, the food will suck. That’s why any real chef would take offense to such a tacky marketing tactic. Especially from someone famous centuries ago in Hollywood years. This was Mario’s wake up call. Maybe if they refresh Saved By The Bell like they did Full House someone might buy Mario a Snickers. But the reboot might be awhile because Screech is taking shots of used chewing tobacco just to pay the bills.
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