Ice-T has a suggestion for Amazon.
On Tuesday, the rapper went to Twitter to explain an incident that occurred at his home Monday evening, involving one of the e-commerce giant's delivery drivers.
The 61-year-old star said he "nearly shot dead" an Amazon courier who delivered a package on Monday because the person was not wearing a uniform.
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"Message to Amazon: Now that you have normal people making your home deliveries .. … maybe they should wear a vest with AMAZON DELIVERY on it … I almost shot one MF I sneaked to my cot last night … Say, "said Ice-T.
In a separate post a social media user asked Ice-T if the delivery man wore a uniform. . His answer? Again, No.
"No. They do NOT wear uniforms, only ordinary people work," he remarked before clarifying that he was not "mad at her." CLICK HERE TO GET THAT FOX NEWS APP
"Say, that's not certain …" he added.
In response to Ice-T's tweet, Dave Clark, vice president of operations at Amazon, wrote: "Just say … thanks for the suggestion, we love you and our drivers."
"Many innovations in this area and many that already exist will help you track your parcel and delivery on a map." He added, referring to the company's map tracking function. "Thank you for being a customer."