Top Stories

Drake Leaves $20,000 Tip at McDonald's During Late Night Stop

Drake Leaves $20,000 Tip at McDonald's During Late Night Stop

Drake just left an insane tip after a meal at McDonald’s!

The 32-year-old entertainer gave two employees $20,000 during a late night stop at the fast food joint, according to The Blast.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Drake

A USC student watched it all go down and took to Twitter to document the experience.

“Just saw Drake in McDonald’s…crazy. And he gave two female employees $10,000 each…in cash,” they wrote, along with a photo.

In the pic, Drake and a friend could be seen at the counter surrounded by security as they talked with women behind the counter.

Drake later took to his own Instagram to share a pic but didn’t go into detail about the financial gesture and simply captioned it, “M’s.”

Just Jared on Facebook
Photos: Getty
Posted to: Drake

JJ Links Around The Web

Getty
  • Madame Tussauds will not remove wax figures of Michael Jackson after Leaving Neverland - TMZ
  • Get the scoop on Noah Centineo's new superhero movie - Just Jared Jr
  • Former Flipping Out star Jeff Lewis just got dumped again - TooFab
  • Get the scoop on Katherine Heigl's new role - The Hollywood Reporter
  • Camila Cabello is hard at work on her new album - Just Jared Jr
  • Ausangel01

    Nice gesture, but is he going to help them when the IRS come calling? Tips are considered income, so they will have to declare the $10k and pay taxes on it.

  • MyName

    Not since he left cash. Tips are taxed at a certain amount per hour because almost no one would declare every cash dollar. I’m sure they’d come out ahead anyway and so good for them. And good for him to share the wealth.

  • Ausangel01

    No please don’t get me wrong, I love that he was so generous, but if they look into this, I truly hope they won’t get into any trouble.

  • MyName

    I understood. Fast food workers are even paid regularly hourly and not taken out for tips, I think. So they won’t have to even claim any. There’s a set amount, $10,000 per year I believe, that someone can gift another without paying any taxes.