Jelly Roll Leaves $1,000 Tip For Teenagers Working At Dallas Whataburger

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Jelly Roll is in the giving spirit on the heels of the release of his debut country record, Whitsitt Chapel.

He recently left $1,000 tip for five teenagers working at a Whataburger, which was captured on an Instagram live.

He pulls up to the drive thru and asks how many of them were working that evening, to which the boy taking his order says there are five employees on the clock.

Jelly Roll then tells him he’s going to Venmo him $1,000 in total, and that he should then send $200 to the rest of his co-workers and split it evenly so they can all get a little extra cash:

“How many of y’all are working right now? I’m gonna Venmo you a thousand dollars, but I want you to give everybody working with you $200.

I swear, right now. Im’ dead serious, right now. My dude don’t believe me y’all, but we’re gonna hit ’em with the big ol’ bank roll.”

The kid kind of doesn’t seem to believe him, but Jelly is insistent the he’s being serious, adding:

“We do it for real, we don’t do it for the gram. We do this all the time, y’all.”

Pretty cool to see Jelly going out of his way to make these kids’ night for no other reason than to simply be a kind and generous person.

You can watch the whole video here:

@exoticeverydayy 😳 #JellyRoll Bless #whataburger Employees With 1k 💰 #fyp #explore #viral #explorepage #dfw ♬ original sound – ExoticEveryDayy

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