Uber has announced that it will be entering the cannabis market, as Uber Eats customers in certain parts of Canada will also be able to order cannabis products on the app.
But the big question is could Uber entering the cannabis market just be a gateway to them delivering heroin to lazy smackheads?
To answer this question, rather than go to the experts, we asked real people on the street what they thought.
“It depends. Is Uber a white-run business or a black-run business? If it’s white-run, I’m sure it’ll be fine,” said Kevin Karter King, a local pillowcase enthusiast.
“All I know is that I’d never order from Uber Heroin. Your order will arrive with a quarter of it missing and that’s the last thing you need when you’re jonesing for a fix,” said Jun-Ki, a recreational drug user.
“There’s no way that Uber should be allowed to deliver heroin. That’s going to put so many of us out of business,” said Phil McCavity, a local “entrepreneur”.
Uber claims they have no intention of entering the heroin market but they also once claimed they’d bring my burger and fries to me within thirty minutes – it took almost an hour. They’re not to be trusted.