Still Gangsta: Ice-T Was Ready to Unload on an Amazon Delivery Person Wearing Plain Clothes, Twitter Reacts
According to Bossip Ice-T was ready to unload on an unsuspecting Amazon delivery person because they came to drop off a package without no type of uniform that identified who they were and why they were there. And with someone like Ice you better state your reason for being there or leave in a plastic bag.
Message To Amazon: Now that you have regular people making your home deliveries.. Maybe they should wear a Vest with AMAZON DELIVERY on it….. I almost shot a MF creeping up to my crib last night…. Just sayin.
— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) May 21, 2019
Clearly this should be taken very seriously since gun violence is on the rise in our trigger happy nation. When one follower asked if the person hadn’t been wearing an Amazon uniform Ice tweeted his reply “No. They don’t wear ANY uniform. Just regular people workin. I ain’t mad at them. Just sayin. That sh@t ain’t safe.”
Afterwards Twitter was torn between whether Ice was right for wanting to protect his home or wrong to resort to shooting someone in the first place.
On the flip side, it’s also pretty easy to pretend to be delivering for Amazon too. But anyway the point is, Ice T is right.
— Johana Bhuiyan (@JMBooyah) May 22, 2019
I think that’s what Ice T is saying. Amazon is outsourcing to “normal” people that are readily identifiable as delivering on behalf of their company. Perhaps measures to ensure your safety should be put in place. He may not be the first to feel this way.
— ✭ DA SARGE ✭ (@LOSDASARGE) May 22, 2019
Pro tip: if you ever want to rob Ice T, just put on an Amazon vest.
— THE TURF OSAMA (@JohnMFMclane) May 22, 2019
And as far as Amazon goes they replied to Ice’s tweet, though it sounds more like a basic generated response than one of concern for the well being of those who volunteer to deliver for them.
Thanks for reaching out with your feedback! I'd like to escalate this to our Logistics Team for review; please leave us your details here: https://t.co/U0DzwbqbzY, and we'll be in touch with you soon! ^PF
— Amazon Help (@AmazonHelp) May 21, 2019
Perhaps Ice needs to invest in one of those doorbell devices that has a camera attached to it so he can see who’s coming first before asking them to say hello to his little friend Scarface style.