Kevin Rodriguez from the YouTube channel The Apptrepreneur posted a video about an Uber driver supposedly getting suspended from Uber because he spoke to his passenger and his “car was a bit too cold.”
Steven Williams, the man who plays the YouTube character Boogie2988 recently put a deposit on a Tesla X, the SUV model offered by Tesla. According to Boogie, the car will cost $100,000.
YouTuber Dave Zambie, host of Dave the Uber Slave had a bad experience with a passenger. At least he thinks he did. He thinks she gave him a 1-star rating.
The good news is that he took the 1-star rating like a professional, learned from it, and then quickly moved on. Just kidding! He didn’t do any of that. Instead, he called Uber support six times demanding they purge the 1-star rating from his account. Because of this 1-star rating, his driver rating plummeted from 4.97 to 4.96.
Uber has changed course and is supporting the WhatsMyName hashtag. It’s now recommending passengers ask drivers, “What’s my name.”
The Apptrepreneur (government name Kevin Rodriguez) is a YouTuber who makes videos about driving for Uber and Lyft. Like many other people making these types of videos, he doesn’t actually drive for either rideshare platform. He used to, but not anymore.
YouTube personality and all around terrible person Boogie2988 admitted he plans to cheat on his taxes. He shared this on a Twitch stream. He plans on buying boxes of Magic: The Gathering cards and then selling those cards at a substantial loss. At least that’s what the paperwork will show.