Well, there it is folks. You wanted a reason to believe that the Golden State Warriors weren't actually as lovable as everyone in the sports media would have you believe, and you got it. The NBA Finals MVP literally farting right in the face of the common folk. There's no other way to describe that than simply disgraceful. You know the saying "you get what you pay for"? Andre Iguodala getting a relatively cheap ride in a relatively timely fashion is what we call a bargain. Sure, maybe the driver made a wrong turn or two. Maybe he forced unwanted conversation. Maybe his car smelled like a dumpster from behind an Indian restaurant. However, It's a service, and it's service whose price reflects those possibilities. It's definitely not a service whose price reflects the ability to treat the backseat like your own personal bathroom.
Hey Andre, if you want to carelessly pass gas in a vehicle than hire your own damn driver. After all, you are a multi-millionaire. I would expect this from someone that let fame go to his head like Draymond Green, but you Andre? I thought you had a better grasp of how privileged you are to be in your position. A position that grants you pretty much anything besides the right to flatulate right in the nostril of someone whose job it is to convenience you for a fair wage. I have one rule when it comes to breaking wind in public, and that is if you absolutely have to do it you better be able to pawn the blame off on someone else. Andre Iguodala ripping ass in someone's leather seats and then mean mugging them in the rearview not only breaks that rule, but it threatens societal norms. What's next Dre? You going to light a cigarette and put it out on his glovebox? You going to spit on his hood when you get out? That's why the rating system exists. If leaving unpleasant emanations was an appropriate sign of dissatisfaction then 'Yelp!' would be replaced by everyone throwing feces instead of spewing hate on the internet. When in Rome act like the Romans, and when in an Uber act like a rational human being. Is that too much to ask?