One Illinois Walmart is bubbling in hot water after a Facebook post.

The Walmart in Rockford on Northridge Drive probably didn't think that a basic Facebook post about ramen noodles would spark intense backlash but it definitely did.

The picture was 2 employees with boxes of ramen and a caption that read:

Brrr it is cold outside. We appreciate our associates for braving through the cold to be here.  Stay warm with some ramen noodles soup and crackers

TikTok @hiitsmillzy
TikTok @hiitsmillzy
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Seems innocent enough, right? Wrong.

Why Everyone Is More Boiled Than Ramen

A TikTok about the post was made and many commenters and sharers have something to say about how Walmart is treating their employees.

 

@hiitsmillzy lmao that pizza party soundin pretty nice right now #fyp ♬ original sound - millzy

People popped off about how Walmart didn't give employees enough for getting out in the bitter cold and snow. And the issue isn't with the ramen. The main call is for multi-million corporations like Walmart to step up and give their employees the respect (and pay) that they deserve.

Ex-employees had thoughts on how Walmart treated them. Check out their comments on the TikTok:

TikTok @hiitsmillzy/Tara/Brittany Nicole
TikTok @hiitsmillzy/Tara/Brittany Nicole
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Some experienced an even worse version of the dreaded but corporate "pizza party bonus":

TikTok @hiitsmillzy/Noahh
TikTok @hiitsmillzy/Noahhh
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But others were conflicted because, well, ramen:

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TikTok @hiitsmillzy/Walrus
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As you can probably imagine, the Facebook post has been taken down but that hasn't stopped a lot of commenters asking Walmart why they're not treating their employees better on more recent posts.

See what people are saying about the post on TikTok.

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