Who Is Dolltin Tiktok? Starbucks Barista Decaffing Customers

Meet Dolltin On Tiktok, Former Starbucks Barista Decaffing Customers

Meet Dolltin On Tiktok, Former Starbucks Barista Decaffing Customers

Dolltin is an aspiring Tiktok star. He has been in backlash lately since he revealed that he gave decaffeinated coffee to the customers. What is the real story? Find out here.

Dolltin has been growing his fans and followers on the short video social media platform Tiktok.

Also, he has earned thousands of adherents to this date.

Who Is Dolltin Tiktok?

Dolltin Tiktok is a Tiktok star.

He handles his Tiktok account under the username @dolltin.

The social media sensation has more than 38.1k followers on the platform, where he has managed to garner around 3.7k likes.

Dolltin started using Tiktok on April 28, 2020.

It’s been over a year now, and he has posted around 120 posts on the platform.


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Starbucks Barista Decaffing Customers

Before Tiktok, Dolltin was a Starbucks Barrista.

He has been facing avalanches of backlash for his recent video and the alleged fact that he came out with.

He alleged that he used to give customers decaffeinated coffee when they asked for regular.

On Tuesday, Dolltin came up with a video in response to another user named @tiddytiddymilk, who said she gives “rude customers decaf espresso to start their day.”

Dolltin also mentioned that he gave decaf to many rude people.


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Yes, Dolltin decaffed rude customers.

“It’s 100 percent true. I worked at Starbucks for two years, I decafed so many rude people. I would decaf people just if I felt like it.”

Furthermore, the former Starbucks barista elaborated the situation with an example. He mentioned if a customer ordered a croissant and ordered it using the French pronunciation, he would provide them the decaf.

The video now has amassed more than 2.9 million views, and it is one of the viral videos on Tiktok.

It has garnered mixed reactions, though, mostly the unbearable discomfort for the things Dolltin admitted through the video.

One commented if he ever gave the customers caffeine when they asked for the decaf. Dolltin responded, “No, the only bad thing that will ever happen to any drink is decaf. That’d be a little more than a prank.

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