'Where my food at?' Snoop Dogg slams Uber Eats over delayed delivery in viral video

Snoop Dogg slammed the delivery company after employee messages 'this is not a safe place', while the internet blames the rapper for failed delivery


                            'Where my food at?' Snoop Dogg slams Uber Eats over delayed delivery in viral video
Snoop Dogg (L) and a screenshot of his Uber Eats chat (Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images and @RAP/TikTok)
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On a very rare occasion, the internet decided to side against Snoop Dogg after the rapper shared a video ranting against Uber Eats. On February 1, Snoop ordered food from the delivery app, but never got it after the delivery person said "This is not a safe place", which led Snoop to rant "M----------r from Uber Eats didn’t bring my f----n’ food." But instead of support, the net slammed him by saying things like "you answered late."

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Being an Uber driver isn't an easy job, as many can testify. Back in March 2021, Mohammad Anwar was carjacked by two teens and killed while attempting to take back control of his vehicle. Another carjacking in June 2021 in Chicago led to the death of Joe Schelstraete, a father of three. In April, a Florida Uber driver was choked and bitten after a bizarre encounter with a 44-year-old woman. 

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Such stories aren't uncommon, which is probably why Snoop Dogg's delivery person wasn't too eager to hang around a new place. Here's what happened, and what the net has to say about the rapper's behavior.

Rapper Snoop Dogg speaks during a news conference at The Venetian Las Vegas on March 26, 2021, in Las Vegas, Nevada (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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Snoop slams Uber Eats

In late January, TikTok account RAP uploaded a video of Snoop ranting while scrolling his phone. On the screen was a chat Snoop had with his delivery person, showing what exactly was going on. It's unclear when and where exactly the interaction took place, but clearly, Snoop wasn't very happy. "M----------r from Uber Eats didn’t bring my f----n’ food," he says, adding, "Punk m----------r. Where my food at?”

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On the screen, Snoop shows off a chat between him and the delivery driver. At around 10:41 pm, the driver texts "I've arrived", and a few minutes later says "Plz call not sure where to leave your order." At 10:49, he texts Snoop again adding, "This is not a safe place." It is only after that text that Snoop responds, texting, "yes it is" and "The black gate n drop off the food I paid 4." 

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However, it appears Snoop's response was far too late and the delivery person simply returned the order to the restaurant. An Uber spokesperson later told The Daily Dot, "We truly regret Snoop Dogg’s frustrating experience. We have reached out to apologize and refunded him for the order." Snoop himself has not commented on the story, and may not want to. Many users weren't impressed with his behavior and slammed him for the way he treated the delivery person. 

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"Well he tried to give you your food you answered late and he didn't feel safe so," one user replied to the TikTok video. Others said, "You took 8+ minutes to reply your fault," and "Snoop or not! I ain’t waiting longer than 5 minutes." One person commented, "Bro first time snoop say anything that I don’t stan. You waited 8+ minutes to respond there is a limit on wait, time is money. UE ain’t no charity."

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Some users also saw the funny side, with one person joking, "Does snoop not live in a 10 million dollar house," and another responding, "He types exactly the way I’d expect Him to." Another person joked, "Just wait till dude that took his food goes online and sees this video I'd be geeking." One eagle-eyed user noticed the car the delivery person was using and commented, "Always the Prius." Other UberEats drivers also slammed Snoop, recounting their own experiences with the service. 

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