It took a Marc Jacobs Intern multiple tweets on their corporate Twitter, @marcjacobsintl, to express his frustration with CEO Robert Duffy— a boss that he swore via he was done with according to her Twitter tyrade.
He blasted at midnight Saturday night:
HuffPo: ‘Good luck! I pray for you all. If you get the job! I’m out of here. See ya! Son’t want to be ya! Roberts a tyrant! Seriously! He is tough!’ another read.
He continued: ‘I can call him out! I’m out! Won’t work in this town again! I know that! Learned a lot. But, I don’t have the energy for what is expected!’
Signing off, he added: ‘Yea, walk in my MJ shoes! Don’t judge me! I’m alone in this office having to try and entertain you all. This isn’t easy. I have tried. Done!’
We’re sure he’ll get some sort of publicity out of this that will lead to his fifteen minutes, he can’t be serious about leaving this city because he doesn’t have what it takes… doesn’t New York need more divas?
MJ, fanned the fire, by deleting the posts and tweeting:
All is well here at MJ. Twitter is a crazy place. Protect your passwords.
Don’t you mean more like “protect your pass words?” Soon, instead of random drug testing being a company policy, mental competency exams will be given before allowing a person to be the voice of their global brand to the masses…
Because you never know what someone is dying to say to the whole virtual world and if they might just be too tempted not to say it.