Tituss Burgess

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Tituss Burgess had a few choice words for one Brooklyn-based moving company.

The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star was supposed to have a couch moved on Wednesday, but the moving company never showed up. Instead, they texted him asking for a Yelp review and threatening not to come unless he wrote one—yes, before even completing the service.

Obviously, Queen Burgess and all his sass did not let that slide. He took to Yelp to write a scathing review that ended up going viral on social media. "My name is Tituss Burgess. Im an Emmy Nominated Actor for Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt currently streaming on netflix. Thats besides the point. But watch it," the review begins. "These guys are the absolute most UNPROFESSIONAL workers I have EVER DEALT WITH."

The review continued: "I called this man this morning. We chatted. He said he could move my couch at 1pm which was the time I requested. 1:30 still no movers. I called back and he says I will give you a discount…I said ok. He says but you have to post a review on yelp. I said when you complete the job i will complete the review. FOR THE FOLLOWING I HAVE THE ENTIRE TEXT EXCHANGE SAVED. He texts saying no review no show. This went on for about 45 minutes. It Completely threw my entire day. I called him about 9 times but he wouldnt pick up but he somehow was capable of texting. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY. Im going to post this to twitter to my instagram to my facebook. You messed with the wrong Queen. #franksexpress #Igotcha #lizaminelli #Iamgonnamakeavideoaboutyoubecauseofthedeepangerif­eel #DONOTTHREATENMEIWILLWIN."

Burgess' rant has now made headlines across the Internet, and it got us thinking about all the other celebrities whose customer service complaints were also picked up.

From Alec Baldwin's Starbucks rant to Colin Jost's problem with Time Warner, here are 7 more celebs who just had enough:

Colin Jost

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Colin Jost: In June 2015, the comedian lost his cool in dealing with Time Warner Cable. He went on an hours-long Twitter rant, bashing the company's customer service. "The main reason I believe in the concept of Hell is because I know the people who work at Time Warner Cable will go there when they die," he wrote

He even went as far as bribing other people to drop their service with the company. "If you cancel your #TimeWarnerCable and switch to another provider and send me photographic evidence, I will send you a check for $50," he said in another tweet.

The rant went on and on, garnering quite a bit of attention with hundreds of favorites and retweets. Needless to say, Time Warner eventually reached out to him, but we're not sure they ever made amends. 

Russell Crowe, Cannes 2016

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Russell Crowe Few people will probably forget when the 52-year-old actor went on a massive Twitter rant against Virgin Airlines after they wouldn't allow his son's hover board on the flight.

"Ridiculous @VirginAustralia. No Segway boards as luggage?" he tweeted in December 2015. "Too late to tell us at airport.Kids and I offloaded. Goodbye Virgin. Never again."

Despite the airline explaining the safety precautions in banning hover boards from their flights, Russell still wasn't having it. ".@VirginAustralia I'm awaiting your reply, where is your duty of responsibility in this? He questioned again on Twitter. "Why not tell me when I am booking my ticket?"

KAITLYN BRISTOWE, The Bachelorette

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Kaitlyn Bristowe: The former Bachelorette star found herself incredibly hangry over her GrubHub order a few weeks ago. 

After ordering food through the delivery service company, she took to Twitter to express her frustration over its delay. "Ok guys. I ordered food at 3:12 and you're telling me it's going to be here until 5... Not cool. #Hangry @Grubhub," she wrote on Twitter—definitely something we can all relate to.

The company reached out and offered to keep her updated, but she simply wasn't interested. "Yeah it said it would be here at 4:35 and its 10 to 5 now. 2 hours for delivery is a joke," she added. We can only hope whatever she got was yummy enough to put a smile back on her face!

Alec Baldwin, Live From New York

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Alec Baldwin: The 30 Rock star venti vented his disappointment over a Starbucks employee on Twitter, calling him out by name and the address of his workplace with some unkind words.

He was out biking in 2011 when he stopped into the popular coffee joint for a cup of joe. We're unsure what happened, but we do know that this is what followed on Baldwin's Twitter page shortly after his visit: "Starbucks on 93 and B'Way. Uptight Queen barista named JAY has an attitude problem," he wrote in a tweet that was later deleted.

However, he made sure to shout out something positive for another company: "Clyde, on the other hand, outside DINOSAUR BARBECUE @ W 125 n H River is MY MAN. Keeping the hickory ovens going, he is 2dayzCoolest NYer," he tweeted.

Martha Stewart, NYFW

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Martha Stewart The domestic mogul decided to take to Twitter to vent her frustrations after her iPad screen cracked.

Things started off nice as she wrote, "I just dropped my iPad on the ground and shattered two glass corners. What to do? Does one call Apple to come and pick it up or do I take it?"

However, her patience waned as she waited for someone to advise her on how to solve her technical dilemma. "I'm still waiting for an apple rep to come pick up my IPad. No action yey," she added. "Maybe I have had a good entrepreneurial idea? Apple Now? Like same day delivery from Amazon? I think I am on to something. Same day fixit!!!"

She later admitted that she knew she would have to take the iPad in herself and most of her frustration was stemming from breaking the precious piece of equipment. "Is it time to put out the fires and admit I was just pissed off at the fact that my precious ipad shattered and I wanted to make light of it," she tweeted.

Anthony Bourdain

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Anthony Bourdain The celebrity chef doesn't just have a feud with Guy Fieri...he also has an issue with Cadillac and the Travel Channel.

The No Reservations host went on an epic Twitter rampage against the television station in 2012 after the network included blatant promo shots of a Cadillac in TV spots thumping his final episode of the show.

"F--king Cadillac. Greedy venal #travelchannel ad sales motherf--kers," he railed in one post. "I do NOT drive a Cadillac. And now I never will. #travelchannel," he castigated in another.

But it didn't stop there. He continued, "There's a dead prostitute in the trunk of my #Cadillac," then added, "Wow! I can fit TWO bodies in full rigor in the trunk [of] a #Cadillac! Awesome!"

And in one final blow, he wrote, "#Cadillac The blood and spooge wipe right off! If you blow your load on a #cadillac dashboard it wipes clean off!"

Ouch.

Britt McHenry, ESPN

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Britt McHenry: This might be the rudest celebrity rant ever, and it went viral for that reason. A disheartening video of then ESPN host chewing out a parking lot attendant surfaced, leading to her suspension from the network.

Although the video didn't show what sparked the onslaught of commentary, McHenry told the attendant, "I'm in the news sweetheart, I will f--king sue this place."

She continued her rant against the employee (who was not visible), criticizing her appearance and her job. "Lose some weight, baby girl," she said before adding later, "So I could be a college dropout and do the same thing?" accusing the attendant of not having a brain.

"Maybe if I was missing some teeth they would hire me, huh?" she asked. "'Cause they look so stunning...'Cause I'm on television and you're in a f--king trailer, honey."

After the video surfaced, ESPN announced  they were suspending her, releasing the following statement: "Britt McHenry has been suspended for one week effectively immediately."

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