It’s the quintessential Tarantino scene – Mr. Pink arguing with Mr. Brown, Mr. White, Mr. Blonde, Mr. Blue, Mr. Orange, and “Nice Guy” Eddie Cabot over his habit of not leaving a tip. Everyone was dumbfounded by the fact Mr. Pink didn’t believe in tipping, and it was Mr. White that made an important point. “Waitressing is the no.1 occupation for female non-college graduates in this country. It’s the one job basically any woman can get, and make a living on. The reason is because of their tips.”
The latest news on Andre Drummond revealed he vehemently disagrees with Mr. Pink. Drummond visited Che Restaurant in Delray Beach and must’ve been impressed with his server, Kasandra Diaz.
“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.”Kassandra Diaz
The restaurant industry is one of the most impacted ones by quarantine measures enforced due to COVID-19. If they reopen, they do so in a minimal capacity, and customers have been slow to return to their favorite spots. Despite all that, Che’s general manager, Daniela Sujoy, told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel that Diaz would be able to keep the entire tip.
Ms. Diaz just finished high-school and is going to college. She told reporters that the tip will go towards her college education and that she hopes to pay the kind gesture forwards soon—Andre Drummond, you the real MVP.