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“We are not your slaves”: Go-Jek driver delivers a powerful 9-point list of how passengers can be way more considerate of drivers

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On January 8, Go-Jek driver Debbie Simpson Ong published an impassioned post on Facebook, calling upon all passengers to stop the “I pay, you listen” attitude, citing the many challenges that private-hire vehicle drivers face in Singapore, plus the immediate need for consideration and respect from passenger to driver. After having accidentally deleted her post, she re-published it today.

The nine-point list is strong, powerfully delivered and extremely vehement. She does not name names or cite specific instances, but it’s clear that she has experienced difficult, inconsiderate and entitled passengers one too many times.

“We drive to make a living, we are not your slaves,” Ong said in her post.

Check out the post below:

https://www.facebook.com/debbie.ong.7/posts/2402408346500789

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