The #DeleteUber response happened after Uber tweeted that it was raising prices to JFK Saturday (Jan. 28).
“We’re sorry for any confusion about our earlier tweet — it was not meant to break up any strike,” the company states. “We wanted people to know they could use Uber to get to and from JFK at normal prices, especially last night.”
Madeintyo, the “Uber Everywhere” rapper has joined the #DeleteUber boycott in response to Uber sending drivers to JFK airport amid protests over Trump’s Muslim ban.
2017: @lyft everywhere
— TOKYO ✘ (@madeintyo) January 29, 2017