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Pittsburgh Steelers player DeAngelo Williams was blasted via Twitter on Sunday after he apparently left a $0.75 tip on a $128 tab at a restaurant in Maryland.

Jordan Malcom, a friend of the server who got stuck with the change, spoke out on Instagram, detailing exactly what happened. Jordan, who also works at the restaurant, even shared a snapshot of the receipt from Ledo Restaurant in College Park to prove it.


Williams, however, defended his actions and went on a serious Twitter tirade, sharing his side of the story.




Williams went on to tweet that it took “1.5 hours for u to get me 3 salads and pasta and it’s not packed at all and slow by her standards.” As for the measly $0.75, Williams claims the server almost didn’t get a penny.


The conversation on Twitter lasted what felt like hours, but basically, according to Williams, he can do what ever he wants.


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  1. sunni_daze

    September 13, 2016 at 8:57 AM

    Well Ledos is probably the nastiest pizza ever easily. And he’s right poor service doesn’t get tipped.

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