Sit back and think about this for a moment – how many times have you wanted to tell off your boss? A lot, right? Okay, that’s what I thought. Now how many times have you actually spoken your mind and gotten everything off your chest? Exactly, because you would’ve been fired (or, at the very least, stunted your growth within the company).
Well, a video has just surfaced of Uber driver Fawzi Kamel arguing with Uber CEO Travis Kalanick who was riding in the backseat of a black car with two women. At about 3:56 in the video, Kalanick leans forward to shake the hand of Kamel who clearly wanted to get a few things off his chest in regards to the much-made-of declining pay for drivers.
“You’re raising the standards, and you’re dropping the prices,” he told the CEO while explaining the difficulty of maintaining his level of service with Uber’s decline in pay. He begins to lecture Kalanick about the Uber’s business model and competitors before claiming, “I lost $97,000 because of you … I’m bankrupt because of you.”
Kamel later gave the CEO a one-star rating after being told, “Some people don’t like to take responsibility for their own shit. They blame everything in their life on somebody else. Good luck!” as the ride ended. But fuck it, at least he got his jabs in while he could. .