Uber CEO Travis Kalanick got into an argument with long-serving Uber Black driver Fawzi Kamel over dropping ridesharing fares. When Kamel complains that the overall price is going down and ruining his finances, Kalanick defends cuts as necessary to fend off rivals like Lyft. He disputes that prices on Black in particular are dropping, and quickly gets mad.
He claims that people like like Kamel “don’t like to take responsibility for their own shit” and are trying to blame others for their own problems.
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