Netizens Call Out Jasmine Curtis For Posting Food Delivery Rider’s Picture On Social Media
JASMINE CURTIS – Netizens call out actress Jasmine Curtis for posting the picture of the food delivery rider on social media.
Today, purchasing food or a product online plays an indispensable role in our daily life. Lots of people use it because it is convenient and needs no manual labor and it has become quite common in the COVID-19 pandemic era. From our daily essentials to foods and groceries, we literally get everything at our doorstep.
But the ease of ordering food online also comes with its own share of disadvantages like getting contaminated food, being late, or the person who delivers it may not be trustworthy. We often find customers complaining about the food delivery sites due to failed food delivery.
Recently, actress Jasmine Curtis took to her social media to complain about her unpleasant experience tagging Grab Food’s Instagram account. She said the rider of the said food delivery service didn’t answer her texts or calls so she assumed that he might have stolen it.
“Hey @grabfoodph, your rider stole my order. He won’t answer texts or calls,” she wrote.
The younger sister of Anne Curtis angered netizens for posting the photo of the rider on social media. A netizen reposted her IG story and criticized her for allegedly humiliating the rider.
“Shame on these people who act all high and mighty, but upon some slight inconvenience, uses their clout to publicly shame people.”
Several netizens expressed their reaction to Jasmine Curtis’ post, while some spoke on behalf of the rider. A netizen said the actress should have reported it directly to the app instead of posting his picture.
The Kapuso star later responded to the netizens. She wrote: “Hi, I’ve taken it down and I did simultaneously report it in the app, and via Twitter. the Grab team has processed my refund. Wala po sa halaga ang concern. Thank you for your advice and will take this board next time.”
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