Bobby Misner, the guy who proudly recognizes himself as the 'son of a billionaire' is receiving criticism from the internet after his bizarre video questioning who tips UberEats drivers goes viral. Watching his video, people on TikTok decide to give Bobby a reality check and point out to him everything that is wrong with his statement.
Son Of A Billionaire Doesn't Tip UberEats Drivers: It’s ‘Too Much’
A guy named Bobby Misner probably regrets his decision to appear in an AMA for an account called Jubilee, as he wasn't expecting it to blow up like this.
AMA stands for “ask me anything” and Misner was selling himself as the “son of a billionaire.” His dad is Tom Misner who founded the SAE Institute music school and is apparently very rich.
However, just as they say that money does not buy empathy. Similar is the case with the 'son of a billionaire' here.
During the questioning session, the interviewer talks to Bobby about the tipping culture in the U.S. He maybe has a slight accent? But also posts a lot of photos of the American flag on Instagram.
The rich son then shares his two cents on how he thinks that the tipping culture is bad and that in other countries people don’t do it and pay people a living wage.
So we wonder if refusing to tip those poor hardworking people is a solution to it?
A clip of the video posted on TikTok shows Bobby complaining about American culture, and how tipping is treated as extremely important after the interviewer from Jubilee asks, “How do you tip?”
“I think here there’s very much so this big tipping culture, and a lot of the time I’m like—bruh, like Uber Eats, I’m not tipping. I’m sorry,” Bobby says. He adds that because he already pays taxes and delivery fees and because the drivers are theoretically paid by the company, he doesn’t think he should have to leave a tip. Period.
“It’s like, bruh, I’m not made of money,” he explains. “I’m not just like giving it out.”
Sounds like a rich person to me.
Read how TikTok reacts to Bobby's comments about tipping culture in America
Shocked and a little taken aback, the interviewer carefully talks Bobby through the idea that some drivers barely make any money from Uber Eats, and even says that she once worked for Postmates and it was horrible.
“I would suggest you can try doing an Uber Eats just to see what it feels like,” she says.
So he just sits there, thinking hard, though his face clearly shows that he doesn't get it. Maybe because he is made of money, like an expensive scarecrow.