A review of 1 star. Martha Stewart I took Uber for the first time in New York City on Monday, November 20, and I found the experience very unsatisfactory!
"My first Uber!", Wrote the 77-year-old boy in an Instagram post now deleted and largely unrated. "I ordered the most expensive version to pick me up on Fifth Avenue and on 57th Street in front of Tiffany & # 39; s. The first Uber did not appear. The second Uber arrived ten minutes later and I parked in the middle of 57th Street where I could not see the license plate. we were facing east when I had to go west and south. It took twenty minutes to look southwest. Etc., etc., it only took a little over an hour. "
"Besides everything, the car was messy inside and out!" Stewart added, sharing photos of the vehicle floor filled with a number of non-atypical leaves for the fall. "And I want Uber to succeed!"
For its part, Uber is trying to do the right thing with Maven's lifestyle. "We are very disappointed to hear Martha's negative experience this morning," a spokesperson said. We weekly in a sentence. "We have been in contact with her because we know that every trip counts."
Stewart is not the only celebrity recently frustrated with Uber. Earlier this month, pregnant The real housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams revealed exclusively to We she "cried like a baby" when her takeaway from Uber Eats never appeared.
"I ordered a peach pie, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, some lemon wings with baked pepper and a sweet tea," the 37-year-old explained. "I waited for that food and the delivery man said he had delivered it and I looked at the door and that the food was not there and I just … just died." I was like, I'm so hungry & # 39; "
Williams added: "Do not mess with me, do not mess with my man, and definitely do not mess with my food!"
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