NYC Bar Claims Diddy Stiffed Waitress After Super Bowl

    By Dan Evon | Small Business

    NYC Bar Claims Diddy Stiffed Waitress After Super Bowl image sean combsDiddy Stiffed Waitress After Super Bowl, Claims NYC Bar

    Did Sean “Diddy” Combs stiff his waitress on Super Bowl Sunday? The Bar At Dream Hotel called the singer out on its Facebook page today.

    The Bar At Dream Hotel writes:

    “Thanks Sean Combs aka P Diddy for leaving no tip on Superbowl Sunday. That’s right!!!! Sean Combs and some of his entourage were seen partying and watching Super Bowl XLVIII at The Bar @Dream Hotel. Insiders say his bill totaled more than $200 and he left $0 Tip. Not a dime. Although his Net worth is in the millions, he felt it necessary to stiff a hard working young girl for $40 bucks. What a gentleman….!!!

    Diddy hasn’t responded to the accusations yet but something seems fishy about The Bar’s claim. First, Diddy and his entourage only spent $200 during the Super Bowl? The Bar At Dream Hotel is a trendy, pricey joint. There’s no way that the singer’s crew only spent $200 for four hours of football.

    It would also be surprising if Diddy stiffed the waitress because he was upset about the Broncos getting destroyed on Super Bowl Sunday. The singer was rooting for the Seattle Seahawks.

    Diddy also was in a good mood because he had a commercial airing during the game. Of course, none of that should be considered proof that Diddy left a tip but The Bar’s claim shouldn’t be taken as fact either. The Bar doesn’t provide any real proof (ie. a receipt) so it’s kind of hard to take them at their word.

    But let’s pretend for a second that the report is true and that Diddy really did stiff his waitress. That means that Sean Combs, who is the wealthiest hip-hop artist in the world with a networth of more than $580 million, thought that it was OK to leave his waitress with nothing more than a signature.

    Do you think Sean “Diddy” Combs stiffed his Super Bowl waitress?

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