Boycott their ass: Uber CEO advising Trump, let him know how you really feel
January 30, 2017
Uber, Uber, Uber. How you’ve changed our worlds in such little time, no one could have guessed. You’ve even made your mark in popular culture, wiggling your way into our vernacular in songs and conversation, successfully fashioning yourself into a verb much like Google. But your time is done. In the words of the urban prophet DJ Khaled, you’ve played yourself. During the NYC Taxi drivers show of solidarity with those affected by the travel ban inflicted by our current president and his administration, you tried to infiltrate the blockade to profit from the suffering and solidarity. And to add insult to injury, Uber’s CEO is advising the orange man in the highest office in the country. SO! You’re cancelled. Tell your mama, tell your friends, tell your classmates, tell your dog, it’s over for Uber. And to make it even sweeter, Lyft is donating $1 million dollars to the ACLU over the next four years to coincide with another 4 years of foolishness. Let’s get it done, y’all. Step One: Delete the Uber app from your phone. Step Two: Go online to Uber’s website and delete your account permanently. Step Three: Download Lyft, the ride-sharing app that predates Uber and whose methods were hijacked by Uber over the past few years. Step Four: Carry this fervor into boycotting other brands supporting the tangerine leader of the “free” world. Be great, friends.