OKC Thunder Guard Andre Roberson Blasts Waiter For Calling Him Out On Small Tip
Earlier in the week, OKC Thunder guard Andre Roberson got called out by a waiter for leaving a small $13 tip on a $487. After getting ridiculed on the Internet, Roberson fired back on Instagram and claims the waiter isn’t telling the entire story.
Ok let me clear this up for all the ignorant people out there that wanna talk bad about my name!! First of all, all I bought was a bottle of liquor which happens to range from 84-129$ retail at a store! And I just so happen to buy this same bottle at this bar (not club) and it happened to be marked up to 487$ Which is unbelievable for a bar but all good still bought it anyways. But then you got BS media outlets going around saying I was at a restaurant eating…or at a bar running up a tab on food and drinks! No that’s false! Ask my man who tweeted it out, for the whole pic of the receipt then and you’ll see ONE bottle!! Anyways I left 13 dollars to even it out to 500! Granted I had a couple drinks and didn’t add it up correctly (sorry CU). But right before I ordered the bottle I had a 100$ tab on shots and left 200$tip (and closed) now if you ask me that’s great!! I figured instead of ordering shots and waiting every time in line, it would be smarter/cheaper to buy a bottle than to pay for shots and wait, so that’s what I did! So I thought he’d be grateful about the 200$tip and would take 100$ off the tip before I had a bottle and put it towards the 487$ over priced bottle and call it even..”but no I’m in the Nba I’m obligated to over pay”! I don’t roll like that..now I’m a great guy and all for helping people out but when you try to take advantage of a situation it pisses me off!!! So at the end of the day the close ones to me my fam, friends, etc know I’m a great tipper! So yea that’s my side of the story which is actually facts so stop assuming and listening to fake blogs!! It looks worse than it actually is!! That’s all on going to speak on. So have a great day! Thanks
A $200 tip on a $100 check comes out to being 36 percent. Which isn’t too bad of a tip after all.