An Amazon driver blasted customers in a tirade about having to make deliveries to 172 people during Hurricane Ian — yelling, “I hate all of y’all right now!”

The employee shared his rant on TikTok under the username @abnormalpoet, Newsweek first reported.

“I hate all of y’all right now. Y’all knew this hurricane was coming and you still order s–t! I gotta go to 172 of y’all today! I hate y’all. Everything is wet!” the driver shouted.

The clip had gathered more than 300,000 views, some 52,000 likes and 366 comments by Friday morning.

“No dude – that’s on Amazon – you should be getting paid to say home!” user Amie said.

Amazon worker rails about making deliveries during storm
“I hate all of y’all right now. Y’all knew this hurricane was coming and you still order s–t!” the Amazon deliveryman yells.
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Amazon worker rails about making deliveries during storm
The worker’s tirade went viral on TikTok, where hundreds shared their thoughts about his soggy plight.
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Amazon worker rails about making deliveries during storm
Amazon said it has over 8,000 employees in the Tampa area and that its priority is keeping them safe.
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“Take it easy bro. Packages can be delayed,” @brishtii79 wrote.

“I’m sorry bro. I need my extra batteries,” added Jess Lynn along with laughing emojis.

User Lilly of the Lost sympathized with his plight.

“Ok but I called Amazon to try to delay my package (I ordered before I knew about the storm) and they told me they couldn’t….,” she wrote.

User Alassandra Teague also chimed in, saying, “Listen, my bad I ordered it way before I knew that the hurricane was coming and it was delivered today.”

Another person offered support for the soggy deliveryman.

“Not all heroes wear capes, well in this case raincoats. Stay strong my man,” the user wrote.

Amazon said it has over 8,000 employees in the Tampa area and that its priority is keeping them safe, Newsweek reported.

The company said it closed more than 80 facilities that were in the path of the Category 4 storm and would be paying workers for their scheduled shifts as providing help to those who were affected by the hurricane, the mag said.

It was not immediately clear where the driver was making his rounds.

Amazon did not immediately respond to request for comment.



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