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It's been a rough and bumpy few month for Uber CEO Travis Kalanick.

The new year greeted the 40-year-old executive with protestors boycotting his ride-sharing app, which caused Kalanick to step down from a business advisory council created by President Donald Trump. Not long after, a former Uber employee came forward with detailed allegations about her experience with sexual harassment while at the company.

On Tuesday, Bloomberg released a video of Kalanick having a heated conversation with his driver, Fawzi Kamel, while riding in an Uber Black car with two female companions.

Kamel confronted Kalanick over Uber lowering its prices.

"I lost $97,000 because of you. I'm bankrupt because of you," he tells Kalanick in the video.

In response, Kalanick answers: “Some people don't like to take responsibility for their own shit. They blame everything in their life on somebody else. Good luck!”

Kamel turned the video over to Bloomberg because he wanted to bring attention to the company's treatment of its drivers, Bloomberg reported.

The ride ended peacefully, with Kalanick shaking hands with the driver.

Money has reached out to Uber for comment.