A Taco Bell employee in Ohio was fired for his support of Black Lives Matter and posted the whole ordeal on social media Wednesday.
According to MarketWatch, Denzel Skinner, who has been working for the national fast-food chain for eight years, said Taco Bell did not include anything in its face-covering policy that dictated what can and cannot be printed on a mask.
However, when he showed up to work his shift at Taco Bell last week, a manager told him to take the mask off.
About 30 people joined Skinner in a peaceful protest last Friday, marching from a nearby Aldi to the Taco Bell where he was fired.
Taco Bell responded to MarketWatch in an emailed statement saying its parent company chief people officer and chief diversity and inclusion officer both apologized to Skinner last week.