Brooklyn Nine-nine fame Joe Lo Truglio is not satisfied with the Delta-Air apology and refund policy. He, in fact, posted a long note against the humble apology letter send by the Airline CEO’s assistant.
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I’m gonna be alright bc this is a #firstworldproblems- but you all should know that the CEO of @delta believes if you pay $1800 for a seat (not in my case, but perhaps for a disability or medical condition) and that $1800 seat is defective, you are worth exactly 1/6 of that. I post to vent and bitch, sure, but also to remind you that we live in a corporate culture. One that perpetually lies about your value as a person to them. Remember this always. They lie with music, color, catchy tunes, cool words, and template letters . Remember they do not care about fairness, or you, they care about what they can get away with. I have a great life, so do most of you, so their grift is just a blip. Fly Delta, don’t fly Delta, who cares. But know what’s up. Know what’s up when you choose where to spend your money. Most importantly, know what’s up at the voting booth, and to whom your vote is going. Are they fighting for you, or are they fighting for the CEOs? #greed
Joe Lo Truglio Message To His Fans
The actor did not impose anything to the public. However, he just brought the reality to light and especially showed concern towards the sick and handicapped passengers.
He requested his fans to get vigilant while choosing anything. He further warned against fake messages as they hold no truth.
Joseph Lo Truglio And Brooklyn Nine-nine
Joseph Lo Truglio is an American actor, comedian, writer, and producer. Best known for his role as Charles Boyle on the Fox/NBC sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is an American police live-action sitcom created by Dan Goor and Michael Schur for the Fox. His character, Charles, is, basically, a nerd. Joe Lo Truglio, in fact, directed the episode “The Bimbo”, the 13th episode of Season Six of the NBC television show Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It aired on April 18, 2019.
#The First World Problem
The Wet Hot American Summer actor, genuinely, declared this act a first world problem. The First World problem is a slang term, perhaps, used to refer to the issues in First World nations that are complained about in response to the perceived absence of more pressing concerns.
As a matter of fact, the first world problems memes are very popular on Social Media. These memes, in fact, features the complaints of entitled people complaining about everyday problems.
Celebrities often posted their first world programs on Social media. Some are genuine while most of them are pretty witty.
Chloe Grace Moretz has shared the BIG problem on Twitter
the worst is when seaweed snacks get old and get moisture in them :'(
— Chloë Grace Moretz (@ChloeGMoretz) April 30, 2013
Similar to Joe Lo Truglio, another renowned celebrity posted a complaint against Airline service. He is TYLER THE CREATOR:
Outrageous! Too bad you can’t get higher than first class … charge the cockpit and demand the pilot’s food!
FIRST CLASS HAS THE WORST FUCKING FOOD.
— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) May 29, 2013
The Popular Delta Airline
Delta Air Lines, Inc.is a major American airline, with its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. The airline, along with its subsidiaries and regional affiliates, operates over 5,400 flights daily and serves an extensive domestic and international network that includes 304 destinations in 52 countries on six continents.
It seems that Joe’s recliner is not working. He then complained to the concerned authorities. Furthermore, in response to his complaint the Airline’s CEO’s assistant mailed an apology note to the actor. Joe, however, is not happy with the minor refund the Airline has paid as reimbursement.
Celebrities And Airline Rifts
Such type of Airline inconvenience issues happened in the past with other celebrities like supermodel Karlie Kloss who reported her worst experience with Philippines Airline.
— Karlie Kloss (@karliekloss) June 7, 2016