Senior Apple exec fired after TikTok shows him making a joke about fondling ‘big-breasted women’

Apple senior exec is fired after TikTok emerges from him joking about fondling ‘big-breasted women’ for a living as he gets out of his $500,000 Mercedes supercar

  • Tony Blevins, a senior vice president at Apple, was fired after a viral TikTok showed him joking about fondling ‘big-breasted women’ for a living.
  • The video, centered around Blevins’ $500,000 Mercedes-Benz, was reported by several hundred Apple employees.
  • Blevins, who has worked for Apple for 22 years, apologized for his comments.

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A top Apple executive has been fired after a video on TikTok showed him joking about fondling ‘big-breasted women’ for a living.

Apple confirmed Thursday that Tony Blevins, a senior vice president, will be leaving the Silicon Valley office after dozens of reports and complaints from several hundred employees flagged the company for the viral video since it was uploaded on September 5. Bloomberg informed.

In the video, TikToker Daniel Mac, who asks expensive car owners what their occupation is, approaches Blevins as he parks his $500,000 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren.

As he has done dozens of times, Mac asks Blevins what he does for a living, and Blevins replies, “I have rich cars, I play golf, and I fondle big-breasted women, but I take weekends and big vacations off. “.

Also, if you’re interested, I have an amazing dental plan.

Tony Blevins, a senior vice president at Apple, was fired after a viral TikTok showed him joking about fondling 'big-breasted women' for a living.

Tony Blevins, a senior vice president at Apple, was fired after a viral TikTok showed him joking about fondling ‘big-breasted women’ for a living.

The video, centered around Blevins' $500,000 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren (above), was reported by several hundred Apple employees.

The video, centered around Blevins' $500,000 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren (above), was reported by several hundred Apple employees.

The video, centered around Blevins’ $500,000 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren (above), was reported by several hundred Apple employees.

The video was taken on August 18 at a car show Blevins attended in Pebble Beach, California.

The former Apple exec seemed to be referencing the 1981 film Arthur, where the main character describes his career as: “I race cars, play tennis and fondle women, but I have the weekends off and I’m my own boss.” .

Although Mac and his viewers seemed amused by Blevins’ comments, those at Apple took the video seriously, which has more than 141,000 likes.

Blevins, who has worked at the tech giant for 22 years, confirmed that he was fired over the incident and has apologized for his actions.

“I would like to take this opportunity to sincerely apologize to anyone who was offended by my misguided attempt at humor,” Blevins told Bloomberg.

Blevins had most recently served as vice president of acquisitions for the tech giant, where Salary.com and Glassdoor estimated his salary at between $273,000 and $377,000.

Among Apple’s 100 vice presidents, Blevins was among the 30 who reported directly to CEO Tim Cook or COO Jeff Williams.

Belivins served as Apple's vice president of acquisitions and was among about 30 who reported directly to CEO Tim Cook or COO Jeff Williams.

Belivins served as Apple's vice president of acquisitions and was among about 30 who reported directly to CEO Tim Cook or COO Jeff Williams.

Belivins served as Apple’s vice president of acquisitions and was among about 30 who reported directly to CEO Tim Cook or COO Jeff Williams.

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