Rapper Ice-T gets Amazon’s attention after saying he ‘almost shot’ a delivery driver outside his ‘crib’

Amazon Assist seems to be further prepared to assist when a legendary gangsta rapper is tweeting at them.

Hip-hop star and actor Ice-T despatched a “Message To Amazon” on Twitter this week through which he instructed the tech large that folks dealing with deliveries for the corporate ought to in all probability be sporting Amazon-branded clothes. Particularly in the event that they don’t need to get shot on Ice-T’s property.

Message To Amazon: Now that you’ve got common individuals making your property deliveries.. Perhaps they need to put on a Vest with AMAZON DELIVERY on it….. I nearly shot a MF creeping as much as my crib final evening…. Simply sayin.

— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) May 21, 2019

Whomever the particular person was who needed to ship a field set of “Ice Loves Coco,” or no matter T was ordering — we’re actually glad no photographs have been fired.

The official Amazon Assist Twitter account stated, “Thanks for the suggestions!” and escalated T’s suggestion to the Logistics Crew.

Thanks for reaching out together with your suggestions! I might prefer to escalate this to our Logistics Crew for overview; please go away us your particulars right here:, and we’ll be in contact with you quickly! ^PF

— Amazon Assist (@AmazonHelp) May 21, 2019

Surprisingly, that escalation went all the best way to the highest at Amazon, as Dave Clark, senior vice chairman of worldwide operations, tweeted again.

Clark even determined to try to fulfill Ice-T on the rapper’s personal lyrical stage, saying “We MF’ing love you and our drivers.” … insert face-meets-palm GIF of your selection.

Simply sayin…thanks for the suggestion. We MF’ing love you and our drivers. A lot of improvements approaching this and many who exist already that will help you observe your package deal and delivery on a map. Thanks for being a buyer.

— Dave Clark (@davehclark) May 21, 2019

To be clear, T was not mad. Simply … involved for driver security.

No. They don’t put on ANY uniform. Simply common individuals workin.. I ain’t mad at them. Simply sayin. That shit ain’t protected..

— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) May 21, 2019


— ICE T (@FINALLEVEL) May 22, 2019

Followers of the “Regulation & Order” star and the thread on Twitter didn’t disappoint. Many backed his name for a technique to determine these delivering packages for Amazon. Others who seem to try this delivery work, maybe for Amazon Flex, jumped in to say that they’re simply common individuals, not precise staff of the tech large, who’re performing a aspect gig.

However just one response could be worthy of the “Law & Order: SVU” sound effect:

You’d be the Amazon PRIME suspect ?

— Mike Rundle (@flyosity) May 21, 2019

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