Snoop Dogg’s personal information was posted on Instagram, and an Uber…

Uber Eats Driver Considering Pursuing Legal Action Against Snoop Dogg For Posting Personal Information On Instagram




Snoop Dogg’s personal information was posted on Instagram, and an Uber Eats driver is considering taking legal action against him.

Roommates, it appears that Snoop Dogg may be facing legal action after posting a complaint on Instagram about an Uber Eats meal he never received.

Snoop Dogg posted a video on January 22nd with over 4,046,900 views in which he went off because a driver thought the place he was heading to was risky. The situation, however, has reached a new level, and the driver is considering taking legal action.

According to CBS LA, the driver Sayd, who did not want his last name made public, claims that Snoop’s video has harmed his life. Because the video includes his name, photo, and license plate number, it may have jeopardized his safety.

Uber Eats Driver Considering Pursuing Legal Action Against Snoop Dogg For Posting Personal Information On Instagram

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“There’s a photo of myself there, as well as my initial name,” he explained. When he was dispatched to an industrial area in Inglewood, the delivery guy said he had no idea he was delivering to Snoop.

Before canceling Snoop’s request, Sayd made sure he followed Uber’s protocol and waited eight minutes. “I contacted the consumer several times and followed the protocol to a tee,” Sayd explained. “After I saw the footage, I’m kind of like…,” the driver added.

I’m anxious, and I’m worried about my family’s safety.” “We really regret Snoop Dogg’s unsatisfactory experience,” Uber said in a statement. We’ve contacted him to apologize and refund his order.”

Sayd doesn’t seem to think the message is sufficient, and he believes Uber did nothing to safeguard him. “I just felt like it wasn’t fair,” he added, “since I am the one who deserves an apology from Uber Eats, not Snoop.”

Sayd is currently unemployed and has not worked for Uber Eats. According to reports, the driver has not sought legal representation, but Sayd is considering his legal options and may pursue a case.