JASPER cable girl: ‘We don’t give a fuck about the industry’
Posted On July 20, 2021
Alexander is a cable car driver in his twenties who drives a Mercedes-Benz C Series sedan.
He is known for his loud, fast-paced driving style.
He was a guest on the popular show “Cable Girls” for four seasons.
The show, which is now in its fifth season, featured a cast of eight women who competed to drive a cable carriage.
“I love to drive, I love to chase,” Alexander said.
“When we first started the show, I wanted to do it for the love of the industry.”
After one season, he became the show’s most popular driver, winning all six episodes.
The drivers’ personalities and style were the driving force behind their success.
“We are so lucky to be able to be on this show, and it is the most fun I’ve had in years,” Alexander told Next Big Futures.
“It is such a thrill, because I’m really good friends with the other drivers, and we have such a good chemistry.”
But Alexander has also faced criticism.
On the show “Ladies Day” Alexander said that women are often treated like second-class citizens in the industry.
“They don’t get to drive because they are not like us, but they do get to get on this car and drive,” he said.
Alexander said he feels the industry has not done enough to address the issues women face.
“My goal is to change the industry, and I hope the show does that,” he told Next B. “If you don’t see women driving on the show that is not going to change.
I think that is why the industry is so much in decline, and there is a lot of room for change.”
He added, “We want the industry to become more diverse, and to be more inclusive.
I want to see more women drive, and that is the main goal.”
Another driver, Jaspet Mabrouk, said that he does not feel like he belongs on the cab company’s shows.
“The company has not given me a chance to show my skills,” he tweeted.
“This is not my job.
They are not giving me a place to live, I am not allowed to drive.
I am a taxi driver, and they don’t want me to be a taxi.”
The show is part of a wider trend in which many women are getting involved in the entertainment industry.
Last year, actress Jodie Foster starred in the movie “Girlfriend” starring Meryl Streep.
She said that it was the first time in her life that she had been asked to drive for a film, and said she was excited to be involved.
“Just because you have an idea doesn’t mean you should get in the car,” Foster said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
“You can always drive if you want to, but it is so hard for a woman to be an actress.
I really want to be in the movies, and be a part of something bigger.”
On Wednesday, Mabouk tweeted that she is leaving the cab industry to be “a real woman.”
“I feel like I am one of the few people who can drive a car,” she said.