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Snoop Dogg Facing Lawsuit After Posting Uber Eats Driver’s Information

Snoop Dogg Facing Lawsuit

Snoop Dogg Facing Lawsuit After Posting Uber Eats Driver’s Information
Snoop Dogg Facing Lawsuit After Posting Uber Eats Driver’s Information

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LOS ANGELES, CA – Snoop Dogg may be in trouble with an Uber Eats order that went wrong in January.

Snoop Dogg is facing a potential lawsuit after posting an Uber Eats driver on social media for failing to deliver his food.

The West Coast rap pioneer put a driver in a rush after he failed to deliver his food, as Snoop took to Instagram to share a video of their interaction in which the driver said, “This is not a safe place.”

‘I fear for the safety of my family’ Snoop Dogg may face a lawsuit.

It comes down to the time an Uber Eats driver exploded in January.

SNOOP DOGG FACING LAWSUIT FOR PUTTING UBER EATS DRIVER ON BLAST: ‘I FEAR FOR MY FAMILY’S SAFETY’

The driver was put to a blast after the driver failed to deliver Snoop’s food.

The driver told CBS LA that he plans to hire a lawyer and possibly file a lawsuit. He claims that he suffers from anxiety and fears for the safety of his family after his personal information was revealed.

Uber Eats reached out to Snoop to apologize and get his money back.

According to CBS Los Angeles, the driver – whose name is Said – is planning to hire a lawyer and possibly file a lawsuit against Snoop Dogg.

During a recent interview, he claimed that he suffers from anxiety and is afraid for his family’s safety after his personal information was revealed to millions of people.

After the incident, Uber Eats released a statement saying, “We are truly sorry for the disappointing experience of Snoop Dogg. We have reached out to him to apologize and have repaid him for this.”

But Saeed feels he is the one who should have received an apology. He claims to have waited eight minutes before canceling the order, after attempting a delivery to an industrial estate in Englewood.

“When I read that, I felt it wasn’t fair because I’m the one who deserves an apology from Uber Eats, not Snoop,” he said.
But I have to fight for my rights and the rights of my family.
I just feel like I’m not really okay with this delivery and so is Uber Eats.”

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