danileigh was unhappy with a recent trip to starbucks after discovering that the coffee shop sold him a bratty Dane. The singer took to Twitter with her complaints and a photo to back up her claims.
“So I sue Starbucks for giving me a mf rotten cheese danish?” DaniLeigh tweeted on Friday. “Getting out of my car vomiting scares me.”
As the tweet gained some engagement, DaniLeigh asked fans in another tweet if they’d like to see a photo. A little over 20 minutes later, she tweeted a photo of the moldy cheese danish. The dough had a large light and dark green mold stain on top.
From the picture, it looks like DaniLeigh bit into the dane several times before realizing something was wrong.
“I don’t know if I’ll ever buy anything for you guys again but honestly I deserve free @starbucks for the rest of my life… I threw up taking this picture.”
DaniLeigh confirmed that she bit into the Dane, even chewing on some of the moldy bits, in a tweet.
Someone on Twitter (@Aguero623) responded to his tweeted photo saying: “So it took a minimum of 3 bites to notice the mold?”
DaniLeigh responded, “B***h, I wasn’t looking at it.”
Starbucks responds to DaniLeigh’s tweets
The attached receipt shows the store number as 27563, which Starbucks customer service confirmed to the shadow room It’s probably inside a Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida. However, the company’s general care Twitter account responded to the moldy photo.
Hi DaniLeigh, thank you for contacting us and bringing this to our attention. Send us a private message with the link provided, I would like additional information about your experience. -Veronica”, wrote the account.
Hi DaniLeigh, thanks for reaching out and bringing this to our attention. Send us a private message with the link provided, I would like additional information about your experience. -Veronica https://t.co/gOy521og7l
— Starbucks Care (@StarbucksCare) September 2, 2022
It’s unclear if DaniLeigh contacted the company as the tweet requested. However, she acknowledged her message with a retweet.
How would you react to biting into a moldy cake?