After getting Fedex guy sacked, UFC president Dana White gives fast food worker cash reward

In an inspiring display of generosity, Dana White has rewarded a dedicated fast-food worker with $15,000.

Recently, influencer Razzaqlocks posted a video showing an attempt to persuade a cashier at El Pollo Loco to quit his job immediately for $100,000 [£79k] in cash. Despite the tempting offer, the employee declined, citing his store’s staffing shortage and his unwillingness to abandon his colleagues.

The cashier’s exact words were, “No, I’m good. There are only three people here today, otherwise… I don’t want to leave them suffering.”

Razzaqlocks spent several minutes trying to change the man’s mind before sharing the heartwarming footage online. UFC President Dana White took notice and commented on the video, praising the employee’s integrity.

White remarked on Instagram: “That kids got integrity. He’s a good human. He cared that his co-workers would have suffered. I’m giving him $15k [£12k] for being a BAD ASS SOLID HUMAN. Good things happen to GOOD people.”

White has an estimated net worth of around $500 million. He later posted another video on his Instagram, showing Razzaqlocks returning to the El Pollo Loco store with the reward money.

White shared a story on Instagram and wrote: “This kid has integrity, and good things happen to good people. El Pollo Loco this is your employee of the decade”

It shows Razzaqlocks giving the guy $15,000 [£12k] cash after assuring him that the UFC CEO was pleased by his deeds.

This incident is a stark contrast to another video White recently shared on social media. In that video, a FedEx delivery driver was caught carelessly throwing packages into the back of a truck.

White humorously said in the video, “FedEx: We’ll get your s*** there but we’ll f*** it up.”

The viral nature of this video led to the driver being fired. FedEx released a statement saying: “The behaviour depicted in the video is unacceptable and inconsistent with the professionalism FedEx demonstrates every day. We are committed to treating our customers’ packages with the utmost care, and this driver is no longer providing service for our company as a result of this behaviour.”