- Pokwang defended Grab food riders from inconsiderate customers in her latest post
- According to the comedienne, customers should not cancel their orders especially when the rider has already purchased the food
- Pokwang also shared an encounter she had with a Grab food rider which gave her an important realization
Pokwang defended Grab food riders from inconsiderate customers in her latest Instagram post.
KAMI learned that the celebrity mom had an encounter with one of the riders of the online food delivery service which opened her eyes to an important revelation.
According to the caption on Pokwang's post, she asked the rider if he had change for 1000 pesos.
The rider then told her that he only allots 500 pesos per day should there be a need for him to use his money to buy the customer's food.
This revelation stunned the comedienne which is why she was driven to tell people to avoid cancelling their Grab food orders.
May isang driver na tinatanong ko kung may change siya for 1000 at ang sabi niya, 500 lang daw ang puhunan niya araw-araw. Pera ng driver ang pinambibili ng pagkain natin, Guys! Kaya maawa kayo sa mga riders ng GRAB FOOD. Sila nag-papaluwal, pumipila, naghihintay at naghahatid ng pagkain sa atin para hindi na tayo lumabas ng bahay.
To end her statement, Pokwang urged everyone to make sure their orders are correct to avoid cancellations.
The celebrity added that customers should give their riders a tip especially if their orders take a little bit more time and effort to claim.
In a previous report by KAMI, Pokwang reacts to Alex Gonzaga's joke about Angelica Panganiban as Baby Malia's mother.
Marietta Subong or better known as Pokwang is one of the prominent comedian in the entertainment business. She is currently in a relationship with the American actor Lee O’Brian. The comedian has two children named Ria Mae Subong and Francine Malia O’Brian.
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