The Jakarta Post
On Tuesday, Rich Brian’s label 88rising tweeted a picture of a Go-Jek driver delivering food to the rapper’s house. The delivery was received by Brian himself. (twitter.com/richbrian/File)
Homegrown service provider app Go-Jek takes its food delivery service to a new level as it carried Indonesian rapper Rich Brian’s order all the way to New York City.
Rich Brian previously made a visit to Bogor Palace on July 7 to meet President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo. Upon returning to the United States, Brian tweeted on his account @richbrian that he missed Indonesian food, after which Go-Jek responded by asking him to send his address and to mention what Indonesian food he missed eating.
Although Brian told Go-Jek that he is currently in New York, the service assured him it could deliver the food nonetheless.
“No problem. We will find a way,” tweeted the company on Sunday.
True to its words, Go-Jek indeed delivered the food to the rapper’s house.
On Tuesday, Brian’s label 88rising shared a picture of a Go-Jek driver delivering the food to the rapper’s house. The delivery was received by Brian himself.
“Y’all really flew the way out here,” read the tweet on 88rising's official account.
yall really flew all the way out here 🤯🤯🤯 pic.twitter.com/l74nnlYvx1— 88rising (@88rising) July 23, 2019
Born and raised in Jakarta, Rich Brian is best known for his viral debut single "Dat $tick", which was released in February 2016. His latest single, “Kids”, is set to be released on July 26 along with his new album, The Sailor. (kes)