It’s no secret that car-sharing company Uber has had a rough time lately. But just in case you have a standing fleet of town cars, here’s a quick recap: Uber came up with a fix for the utterly broken taxi situation in San Francisco, became a behemoth and then got in trouble for skirting regulations with all the alacrity of a 10-year-old pointing his index finger at his brother’s ear and saying, “But I’m not touching him.”
Then creepy stuff got said at a party and was reported by Buzzfeed.
Every time a bad story came out, Uber responded with a shiny new announcement of a shiny new charity program or initiative: A veteran-hiring initiative, outreach on the drinkingest day of the year. Never mind about benefits or surge prices. Details, details.
Naturally, the geniuses at Funny or Die had to take a stab at Uber’s amazing ability to attract investors regardless of its behavior, like a four-wheeled Chris Brown. Et voila. Trigger warning: Douchey guys, female apologist, Silicon Valley.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.