Good luck!" The 40-year-old CEO got out and slammed the door.
Kamel gave him a one-star rating and handed dashcam footage of the incident to Bloomberg.
"And the worst part is, they call us partners, [but] they make the rules, set the price and they even choose the cars you can use." The report prompted an email apology from Kalanick to his staff.
"How come the angel investors in Uber turned their $20,000 into millions, but the original Uber Black car drivers got nothing?" He added that he and fellow luxury drivers have been "undercut with cheaper products [such as UberX and UberSelect] and they lost their capital because Uber decided they don't want Lincoln Town Cars anymore," referring to a model previously favored by the company.
In January, more than 200,000 people removed the app and #DeleteUber trended on Twitter after the company turned on surge-pricing during a protest over President Donald Trump's travel ban.