Driver ka lang: Grab passenger goes viral for degrading driver - The Daily Sentry

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Driver ka lang: Grab passenger goes viral for degrading driver



Photo credit: Noble Drift
A passenger of the transportation service Grab recently went viral for her conversation with one of the drivers, wherein she degraded the latter for his profession.

This was seen by the screen grabbed photos that Grab PH Stories shared on Facebook.

The passenger apparently texted the Grab driver first , advising him to be friendly towards his passengers and said that she had a crush on him.

The driver then said that the passenger could offer him some consideration as she lived in what he called a narrow alley and passing through would scrath his car, adding that the scratches cost more money to be repaired than the passenger's payment.

The passenger then erupted and acted out in rage towards the driver.

“Customer ako! Driver ka lang!” the passenger angrily texted back. She pointed out that the driver only had a Toyota Vios, not a sports car; because his car was ‘pang-taxi’, she felt that he didn’t really have the right to complain about the scratches.

Irritated, the driver said that the  passenger came from the squatter's area, she said that she is actually rich and living in a condo.

She said she was only in the area to take a bath and prepare for work at a friend’s house because they were experiencing a power outage at the condo.

The driver laughed at the passenger, telling her he’s been residing at a condo for 3 years and they rarely have extended power outages because condos have generators. He also pointed out that the proper term in ‘living’, not ‘leaving’; however, the woman scoffed at this, blaming auto-correct on her iPhone.

She further insulted the driver in her additional messages.

The conversation got a lot of negative reactions from netizens.

"Kaloka si ate porke nkagrab feeling rickkid wannabe na. Pinoy nga nmn. adjust2 din pag mi time," said a Soledad Xtine.

The post has garnered over 27,000 likes and over 13,000 shares.

Read the conversation below:


Photo credit: Noble Drift
Photo credit: Noble Drift
Photo credit: Noble Drift
Photo credit: Noble Drift
Photo credit: Noble Drift
Photo credit: Noble Drift
Source: nobledrift.com