Lizzo is 100 percent ready to take on Postmates — is the delivery service ready for this battle?
In a recent series of tweets, Lizzo alleged that a one "Tiffany W.," her would-be delivery driver, stole her food. Are you on the edge of your seat already? Here's exactly what went down:
In a tweet that she's since deleted, Lizzo wrote, "Hey @Postmates this girl Tiffany W. stole my food." She added, ominously, "She lucky I don’t fight no more." So, no actual punches were thrown, but the tweet included a photo of said courier.
Picking up on the tweet, Postmates tweeted back: "Hi! We're sorry to hear you've had a less than satisfactory experience on our app. Would you mind DM'ing the email address linked to your account, so we can look further into this for you?"
Lizzo complied, and it looks like everything has been resolved. Postmates actually sent a statement to PEOPLE about this matter (believe it!), claiming: "As soon as Lizzo reached out, we looked into the matter and quickly resolved the issue. We apologize to Lizzo for any inconvenience."
Fans were divided on how to respond to this issue. While one offered to be Lizzo's personal snack-grabbing assistant, other Twitter users were not impressed by the singer's move in taking the issue — and Tiffany W's picture — public. So, is now a good time to Postmates some popcorn?
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