The Christmas season may be over, but doing something nice for someone is a gift all year long. Beauty entrepreneur Supa Cent gifted a restaurant server an $1,000 tip for maintaining patience with her family as they were out to dinner.
According to her Instagram stories, the Crayon Case CEO shared a copy of the receipt, highlighting the appreciation gift to the server while dining out with her kids and other family members.
“Remember the serving days when people came with so many kids and the kids were aggravating,” Cent wrote, reminiscing on her own time as a server. “Some servers didn’t like taking tables with kids because it was frustrating. When all you needed was patience.”
In a video posted to her Instagram stories, the beauty mogul was seated with her son, nieces, nephews, and an elder family member as they enjoyed a seafood feast at one of Fiery Crab’s locations in Louisiana. The seafood chain is well-known for its mouth-watering cajun flavors and expanded its locations to other cities in Louisiana and South Carolina.
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The clip featured the family enjoying seafood boils, crab legs, and sides of corn, potatoes, drinks, and more. In the end, the bill was totaled to $973.65, and Cent graciously left a larger tip for the unnamed employee at the restaurant. She was satisfied with their service and patience throughout the dining experience.
As a New Orleans native, Cent became a popular name in the beauty industry in 2018. Her viral cosmetics brand, “The Crayon Case,” generated $1 million in revenue during a Cyber Monday sale in just two hours. She launched her career in 2017 with the Crayon Case before teaching herself how to do makeup and posting it online.
With her Youtube Channel, Wuzzam Supa, Cent is greatly respected for her transparency with followers on the internet. She has shared her personal and professional journey, including cooking recipes, challenges, storytime, and more.