Reddit CEO Calls Out Fired Employee on Reddit

So this happened today: a recently laid-off Reddit employee took to Reddit itself to do an AMA to answer community questions on what it's like to work for the front page of the Internet. Not the best idea it turns out, since Reddit CEO Yishan Wong joined the thread to give his side of why Reddit user dehrmann was let go:

Source: Reddit screenshot

Ex-employee discussing internal company matters on the company's own site, then company CEO adding to the discussion? That's a whole lot of awkward for one AMA thread.