Draya Michele Goes on Rant After DoorDash Doesn’t Deliver Lunch for Workers at Kaiser Hospital

Draya Michele Goes on Rant After DoorDash Doesn't Deliver Lunch for Workers at Kaiser Hospital
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‘It’s really really really unfortunate because people like myself, I took my time out today to do something really nice for people,’ the fashion designer says in an Instagram video.

AceShowbizDraya Michele is one of the celebrities who share kindness amid Coronavirus. The social media personality revealed on Instagram that she was planning to give lunch for healthcare workers using DoorDash service. However, it turned out the company never delivered the lunch, much to Draya’s dismay.

“Today, I was going to Kaiser to deliver lunches on behalf of myself,” she said. “We have to have DoorDash deliver it to the hospital. We were with the contact person. It’s said that they delivered it. It’s not delivered. The person who deliver it is not answering people.”

“It’s really really really unfortunate because people like myself, I took my time out today to do something really nice for people. Them not having lunch now, you know, it could potentially ruin their day,” she added. Thanking other parties which had helped her for this, Draya then asked DoorDash to “reach my people and fix this because you messed up a really good thing today.”

Upon watching her video, some people revealed that they could relate to her. “Yeah they didn’t bring my wingstop the other day. I had to email them,” one Instagram user said. “Their workers always f***ing stealing food,” another chimed in.

“Door dash is trash & the ppl who work for them. I always have issues with them,” one person shared her experience while someone else called the company “the f***in worst.” “The delivery person definitely ran off with a truck full of food. people have no respect or morals,” one other noted.

Draya joins the long list of celebrities who donated to Coronavirus relief. Most recently, Paris Hilton and her family pledged $10 million to coronavirus relief efforts via their Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

The non-profit, established by hotel entrepreneur Conrad N. Hilton in 1944, will help support those affected by the global health crisis, with the organisation announcing, “about half will go toward protecting the homeless population in Los Angeles, with the other half focused on helping African countries prepare for a pending outbreak.”

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