Vancouver brokerage fires mom of Instagram potty-mouth

May.May 12, 2018 01:00 PM

Lil Tay and Angela Tian (credit: Instagram)

Haters gonna hate… on the moms of Instagram miscreants.

Vancover real estate agent Angela Tian was fired from her job at Pacific West Realty when her employer found out she was the mother of Lil Tay – a nine-year-old who ridicules those who are less wealthy than she purports to be on Instagram, according to Vice.

“When we found out about this activity last week we had to dismiss her,” Jim Lew, the head of business development for Pacific Place Group, told Daily Hive.

Lew said Lil Tay’s behavior has “no place” in the real estate industry.

Tian had been at the job for six months, and can be seen in the background of Lil Tay’s videos filming her antics. [Vice] — Rich Bockmann

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