Moby Takes Heat for Layoffs at Vegan Restaurant Little Pine

Social media lit up with criticism of the musician-turned-restaurateur this week
Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • April 15, 2020
Like too many other service industry workers, employees of Moby’s Little Pine vegan restaurant in Silver Lake have been laid off in the midst of an unprecedented economic shutdown. Several aren’t happy with the way their celebrity boss went about...
The full article can be read on the Los Angeles Magazine website.

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