Did you take the time to learn about budgies before purchasing him?
Have you read the stickies provided the last time you raised this issue?
You were told then the same thing you're going to be told now. Budgies are NOT going to tame within two weeks. It might be a long time to you, but it's not a long time for a bird.
Additionally, although budgies can be very tame and fun birds and learn tricks, this can only be done with a lot of patience and gently moving at the bird's pace.
You are only thinking about what you want.
YOU want to play with your bird and have no consideration of how frightened Latte is.
You can not expect a bird to not be touched for two weeks and that just means it gets used to you. You need to not touch him and then start to take the slow steps to PROVE you are no threat. Touching the cage for two weeks while talking to Latte, and after he is comfortable with that, open the door and put your hand there, not moving towards him at all and patiently waiting week after week if needed until that doesn't frighten him and then you can try and put your hand in the cage a little bit more.
It takes a LOT of time and patience to tame a budgie.
They are not easy to tame and unless you take your time and be patient you'll never get what you want.
And, not all birds have the same personality, so if you have seen videos of budgies playing and enjoying their owner's company it doesn't mean your bird will ever be like this. You can get a trusting bond, but I'm not certain you understand completely what that means to a budgie and think you really need to read up about budgies.
What research did you do prior to getting a pet bird?
I also recommend you read this article: https://www.cutelittlebirdiesaviary.c...ew-budgie.html