Madonna took Twitter on Tuesday to vent about her real-world troubles getting FedEx to release a package. Th singer said on Twitter and Instagram that FedEx did not believe it was really her.
Delivery services headaches are for all, right Madonna?
Even Madonna has to deal with delivery service headaches. The singer vented on social media on Tuesday and complained that FedEx would not release her package. She posted a photo of her exasperated self with the caption: “When you’ve been arguing with fed-ex all week that you really are Madonna and they still won’t release your package.”
Madonna’s tweet drew a response Tuesday morning from a FedEx customer service rep named Julie asking the singer to send delivery address, tracking and phone numbers by direct message.
FedEx said it was checking on Madonna’s issue.
“We are looking into this matter and seeking more information so we can resolve this as quickly as possible. We regret any inconvenience experienced by the customer,” FedEx spokesman Jim Masilak said.
Maybe Madonna should check with singer John Mayer about his secret to getting FedEx deliveries. Mayer told The New York Times in an interview in March that he’s obsessed with FedEx tracking numbers.
“I live for FedEx tracking numbers,” said Mayer.
Madonna definitely doesn’t share that feeling.
— Madonna (@Madonna) September 5, 2017
Meanwhile, Taylor is the new face of UPS
The shipping company is plastering the star’s face on the side of a select fleet of its trucks in celebration of a deal that makes UPS the official delivery partner for Swift’s upcoming ‘Reputation’ album.
Considering the dwindling number of people who buy physical CDs, it’s not clear how valuable that honor really is.
But in any case, Swift fans who snap a photo of the album-emblazoned vehicles and tag the company’s account with the hashtag #TaylorSwiftDelivery will have a chance to win concert tickets.
UPS calls the partnership a meeting of “two cultural icons” in its press release.
Judging from Swift’s album art and the content of her new single this week, speculation has swirled that ‘Reputation’ will attack the media’s obsession with her. But Swift has never had bad blood with the brands that adore her marketability.
The “Look What You Made Me Do” singer’s corporate partnerships range from Apple and Diet Coke to the American Greetings Corporation, think birthday cards, and the city of New York.
— UPS (@UPS) August 25, 2017
Source: The Star