"It's a company uniform, [the] company should pay for it. Making money from your employees is bad business," one wrote.
"You have to pay for them???" another plainly asked.
Someone else who claimed to be a fellow Hooters employee spoke on her experience with the tights and wrote: "Oh wow...when I worked at Hooters, I ripped mine every night and had to buy them from the manager."
Kenzjee took to her comments section to say that Hooters doesn't provide the tights for free because it's considered "undergarments," and they have to be sold through a third-party company.
She also noted that the tights are tax-deductible and the vending machine is located in the public bathrooms.
In a follow-up video, Kenzjee explained that she doesn't encourage customers to buy the tights.
"They're here for our convenience, so it's just kind of inconsiderate," she said.
"As we continue to listen and update the image of the Hooters Girls, we are clarifying that they have the option to choose from traditional uniforms or the new ones. They can determine which style of shorts best fits their body style and personal image," said a Hooters of America spokesperson.
Indy100 reached out to Hooters for comment.
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