Instagram model Jadé Tuncdoruk apologises for racially insensitive Facebook post

Instagram model Jadé Tuncdoruk apologises for racially insensitive Facebook post
Instagram model Jadé Tuncdoruk apologises for racially insensitive Facebook post

Australian influencer Jadé Tuncdoruk has been forced to apologise for a racially insensitive Facebook post.

In the resurfaced post from 2017, the 26-year-old complained to Uber Eats about their 'annoying non-English speaking delivery drivers'.

'I order off you guys all the time and I'm starting to find it really annoying that you have so many non English speaking delivery people who can't follow basic delivery instructions,' Jadé wrote.

Apology: Model Jadé Tuncdoruk (pictured) has apologised for a racially insensitive Facebook post complaining to Uber Eats about their 'annoying non-English speaking delivery drivers'

Apology: Model Jadé Tuncdoruk (pictured) has apologised for a racially insensitive Facebook post complaining to Uber Eats about their 'annoying non-English speaking delivery drivers'

'I got a notification today saying my food was arriving and it took the person a further 20 mins to get to my door because he didn't read my delivery instructions properly and when I called him to explain he didn't understand a word I was saying.'

She continued: 'Your GPS is consistently sending drivers to the wrong address which I've explained in my instructions which most people read and have no problem with but when foreigners are delivering it takes twice as long for me to receive my then cold food. Sort it out.'

On Friday, Jadé apologised for her 'hurtful comments' after her post was uploaded by the Celeb Spellcheck Instagram page. 

Post: In the resurfaced post from 2017, the 26-year-old complained to Uber Eats about their 'annoying non-English speaking delivery drivers'

Post: In the resurfaced post from 2017, the 26-year-old complained to Uber Eats about their 'annoying non-English speaking delivery drivers'

'I'm sorry to anyone I've hurt with my comments. I hold myself accountable for my actions,' she wrote. 

'It doesn't excuse anything but know that I have grown immensely in the past several years. I always do my best to be someone others can look up to and I know I've let people down and for that I'm truly sorry.'

It comes after Jadé was slammed for 'demanding' that a small business give her a refund for a deposit on her honeymoon - after she ignored the company's terms and conditions.

She raised eyebrows this week by whingeing to her online fans about the financial woes of cancelling her lavish Hunter Valley honeymoon with fiancé Lachie Brycki due to Covid.

Apology: Jadé apologised for her 'hurtful comments' on Friday after her post was uploaded by the Celeb Spellcheck Instagram page

Apology: Jadé apologised for her

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