The Amazon chief, final week, shared a screenshot of an e-mail that claimed “all lives matter” and never simply the black ones. So, exhibiting a banner with the writing “Black lives matter” is offensive, as Amazon serves hundreds of thousands of consumers throughout numerous communities. In response to this mail, Bezos said that “‘Black Lives Matter’ doesn’t mean other lives don’t matter”. According to him, the banner simply reveals that he’s supporting the continuing motion in opposition to racism and his “stance won’t change”.
Two days after this submit, Bezos shared another similar email from somebody named Dave. However, this e-mail contained a bunch of slangs and racial slurs.
Dave claims that he was putting an order on Amazon when he found Bezos’ assertion of assist for “Black Lives Matter”. So he canceled the order and said that his “business relationship with [Bezos’ Amazon] is over”. Bezos didn’t reply to this e-mail, however he shared his response in his Instagram submit.
In the submit, he claims that after the earlier e-mail, he has been receiving “a number of sickening responses”. According to the Amazon chief, “this type of hate shouldn’t be allowed to cover within the shadows. It’s essential to make it seen”.
And for Dave, Bezos said, “you’re the kind of customer I’m happy to lose”.