Amazon founder Jeff Bezos jumped into space last month and remained weightless for a few minutes. After returning to Earth, he thanked all Amazon customers for funding. He knew little that this gesture of gratitude would mainly backfire. Many Amazon customers now say they are against funding millionaires’ private space travel. Some have said that the way Bezos adjusted the entire episode was a holistic view of the wealth that caused him to cancel his prime subscription. Bezos’ July 20th space trip was a test launch before his company, Blue Origin, began commercial activities to take astronomers and other wealthy space enthusiasts on a private trip.
“I would also like to thank all Amazon employees and all Amazon customers because you paid for all of them.” Bezos said After the flight, I added: “Thank you very much to all of Amazon’s customers and all of Amazon’s employees. I am very grateful.”
Still, some criticized Bezos’ remarks as “Tone Def.”
Tone deaf people do not begin to explain this @JeffBezos estimate.
I’m sure your workers, who are prevented from uniting every time, are just excited about your Nate’s excursion to the universe they funded. https://t.co/pmgCUIp7kp
— Nick Knudsen ???????? (@NickKnudsenUS) July 21, 2021
According to, the repulsion has been slowly burning since then and now. Report According to Business Insider, many of them Amazon Prime Pricing for preferential services from subscriptions, e-commerce and digital streaming giants.
“People, I just canceled my Amazon Prime membership and feel great about it,” the report said in a Facebook private group post. “I’m spending too much money shopping on the website and riding the Jillionaire rocket. I had to tell the world I guess.”
Since then, many have expressed disappointment with Bezos. NS twitter The user asked him to give all Amazon Prime subscribers “a free gift considering that they paid you to go to space.”
@JeffBezos How about giving a free gift to all Amazon Prime subscribers, given what we paid to go to space? I’d like to stay at home and pay to rent a movie, do you have many questions ???? #Amazon #BlueOrigin #space #givemeabreak # Amazon Prime #freerental
— FromTheShadows (@FTShadows) July 23, 2021
Another furious user wrote this:
I am trying to cancel my Amazon Prime membership. Literally, when I returned from space, bcbezos just said, “Thank you. You paid for this.”
—ɴᴀᴅɪᴀ ???????? (@VainArab) July 24, 2021
The third user asked another user to buy a local or online store other than Amazon.
You—yes, you, the person reading this—paid for Jeff Bezos’ vanity space travel. Maybe you want to cancel your Amazon Prime account? Maybe shopping locally? Maybe order online from a location other than Amazon?
— Daniel A. Hoyt (@dan_hoyt) July 20, 2021
About a week before Bezos’ trip, Richard Branson Traveled to space on his own company spacecraft.Branson’s Virgin Galactic Was started Sale of tickets to space.. Both of these companies may launch commercial space flights next year after launching some test flights.
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