Well according to NYPost, poor Yelp reviews made a Connecticut man shoot his co-worker at a fried chicken restaurant. 28-year-old James Goolsby was arrested on Tuesday and charged with murdering his co-worker Norris Jackson.
Goolsby was the manager at Manchester Bonchon Chicken. He reportedly got into a heated argument with 36-year-old Jackson before fatally shooting the father of seven on Saturday. The shooting took place just before noon around 11:45 am.
According to police reports, negative Yelp reviews fueled the two colleagues animosity toward each other. The Manchester Bonchon’s ratings are mixed on the popular review website.
“They seem to be having management and quality of staff issues,” user Vangkou T. wrote in a July review.
“Well, I’m disappointed with the spicy chicken portion, looked to be about 1 tablespoon in size,” wrote Tony U. on Dec. 29 — the day before the shooting.
Jackson was a cook at the restaurant and had just started working there over the summer. Jackson allegedly made several Facebook posts where he complained about his job.
“6 straight days all 12hr shifts. And I gotta due this [expletive] Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun….” he reportedly posted on Dec. 20.
Goolsby was arrested on Tuesday and charged with murder. By Wednesday he was being held on $1 million bail. His girlfriend, 23-year-old Leanne Robitaille, was also arrested for hindering prosecution and was held on $100,000 bail.
The Korean restaurant chain released a statement on Facebook following the shooting.
“We at Bonchon Franchise are deeply saddened by the tragic shooting in Manchester, CT today, and are deeply concerned about the family and friends who are suffering. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim and their family as we also respect their privacy during this ordeal.”