The popular Aussie influencer Jade Tuncdoruk is currently in the talks of the town. She get into a difficult situation this week, after a refund “demand” she made and now a complaint she made to the online food ordering and delivery platform “Uber Eats” in the year 2017 after it reappeared online. The 26-year-old influencer complained to Uber Eats about their “irritating non-English speaking delivery drivers” which has allegedly given rise to publicists pulling her from their forthcoming invite lists. In her diatribe, she described how she got a notification saying her food was reaching, taking the person “a further twenty minutes to get to my gate as he had not read my delivery instructions”.\
What Is Jade Tuncdoruk UBER Eats Drama?
“When I called him to explain he did not comprehend a word I was saying. Your GPS continuously sends drivers to the wrong street which I have explained in my instructions which most individuals read and have no issue with but when foreigners are delivering it takes two times as long for me to get my then cold food. Sort it out,” the written post to Uber Eats read.
After it the post was made public, Jade took again the social media handles to apologize and penned “anyone I have hurt. I am sorry to anyone I have hurt with my comments. I hold myself responsible for my words and actions. It does not excuse anything, but know that I have grown significantly in the past many years. I always do my best to be someone others can look up to and I know I have let individuals down and for that, I am truly sorry.”
Though as per Daily Telegraph, the harsh post has prompted some to distance themselves from the influencer who brags almost half a million Instagram followers. The issuing reported a high-profile publicist on Friday, 21st January 2022 stated she had been pulled from brands and invite lists were abstaining from being associated with her.
Jade Tuncdoruk UBER Eats controversy explained
One publicist informed to Daily Telegraph that “This could very well get her canceled. There has been one too many bogus pas now.”
This news comes after Jade was slammed at the starting of this week for “demanding” a small business give her a repayment on a deposit for her honeymoon stay. In the now-removed post, Jade informed her followers the duo requested repayment from Weekenda, “but they stated the best they could do was put it back up online to be reserved by someone else. 6 weeks out of the reserving we have asked again for a repayment which they have rejected, ” as mentioned by the post of Jade.