Snoop Dogg is facing a possible lawsuit after he complained on social media about an Uber Eats driver and aired our personal info to millions.
Back in January 28th, Snoop Dogg took to Instagram and shared a video post with his 69.9 million followers. In the video, Snoop Dogg is clearly not happy about his recent order with Uber Eats. According to the new brand owner of Death Row records, the driver claimed to have delivered his food.
This motherf–a from Uber Eats did not bring my food,” Snoop Dogg says in the video. As seen on the conversation shared by Snoop, the driver apparently does not feel same enough to complete the delivery. Along with the video, Snoop posted the following caption, “Uber eats where my food at😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡. @ubereats 👎🏿. Post mates holla at me.”
Now weeks later, Uber Eats driver Sayd, is looking to sue the rapper. Sayd claims his safety is in danger after the video was shared by Snoop and viewed by over 4 million users on Instagram. In the video Sayd’s name, photo and license plate number is displayed for all to see.
During the time of the delivery, Sayd had no idea he was delivering to hip hop icon Snoop Dogg. The Uber Eats driver also states he waited eight minutes and called Snoop multiple times before cancelling the order. “After I see the video, I’m kind of like…I have like a high anxiety and I fear for my family’s safety,” Sayd said. “I contacted the customer many times and I also followed the protocol by the book.”
Uber Eats has since apologized to Snoop Dogg along with a full refund. “We truly regret Snoop Dogg’s frustrating experience. We have reached out to apologize and refunded him for the order. But, according to Sayd, the company did not show any concern for his safety. Speaking to CBS Los Angeles, Sayd stated he has not worked for Uber Eats since the incident.