Andre Drummond leaves $1,000 tip for Florida waitress

Andre Drummond tips a Florida waitress $1,000 after a meal with his family.

Andre Drummond pulled a Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson move at a restaurant and his waitress is grateful.

Two-time NBA All-Star and current Cleveland Cavaliers center Drummond took his family to a restaurant on Saturday over Memorial Day weekend, eating at Che Restaurant in Delray Beach, Florida.

While Drummond was covering his $164.25 tab, he decided to leave his waitress Kasandra Diaz a $1,000 tip.

“When I was given the checkbook, I went to put in the tip & information to close the table and I couldn’t believe it. From a $160 check, the tip read $1,000. I was shaking and had tears of happiness after what he left me, “ Diaz posted on Instagram sharing her experience. “I had no idea how to react, I didn’t want to draw attention but at the same time I couldn’t describe the amount of appreciation I had/have. It’s so amazing to see people displaying acts of kindness in these uncertain times. This is a story I will never forget, thank you again so much @andredrummondd!! #Blessed.”

Workers at the restaurant had been struggling as business has taken a hit due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, Diaz explained. The restaurant went on to express their gratitude as well.

“@che.delray wants to thank you for your kindness, it was our pleasure to have you here! We hope you enjoyed your time with us, we wish you the best!” Che Restaurant thanked Drummond on Instagram.

Drummond commented on Che Restaurant’s Instagram post.

“@kaxandra.diaz thank you for being amazing ! @che.delray thank you for the hospitality of my family and i,” Drummond wrote.

In the midst of the pandemic, there have been discussions between the NBA, its players association and Walt Disney on the NBA resuming the 2019-20 NBA season in late July and training beginning as early as June 1.

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