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Ice-T Calls Out Amazon For Not Having Drivers Identify As Amazon Employees

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Ice-T Calls Out Amazon For Not Having Drivers Identify As Amazon Employees

Ice-T Calls Out Amazon For Not Having Drivers Identify As Amazon Employees

Rapper Ice-T revealed that he came close to shooting an Amazon delivery driver.

According to Business Insider, the worker wasn’t wearing a uniform that identified him.

Ice-T took to Twitter to tell the company they should wear vests that say Amazon on them.

Amazon’s senior vice president Dave Clark heard about the incident and responded to Ice-T.

He thanked the rapper for the suggestion and said the companies loves him and their drivers.

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Ice-T Calls Out Amazon For Not Having Drivers Identify As Amazon Employees

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