May 4, 2023 | 7:15 a.m.
He did everything except “Stay”.
Rapper The Kid Laroi is accused of leaving his server empty-handed after he dined and robbed a Missouri restaurant on Tuesday.
The Aussie hitmaker, best known for his hit ‘Stay’ collaboration with Justin Bieber, left his waiter a triple-digit bill at Dublin’s Pass Irish Pub & Restaurant, restaurant manager Autumn Gray told TMZ.
The 19-year-old rapper performed at the Great Southern Bank Arena earlier in the night before heading to a restaurant with a few of his friends.
Laroi was shown at his table in a private room as he posed for photos with fans and was friendly with staff and other diners.
The group quickly drove up the bill, ordering two cheeseburgers, chicken wings, three orders of mac and cheese, a salad and two brownies, taking frequent smoke breaks outside throughout the evening.
The group, however, assured their server that they were not leaving.
But soon after the waiter returned to clean some of their plates, they discovered that Laroi and his group had run away from the place.
Laroi’s bill came to $133.58, with Gray acknowledging that it may have been an honest mistake on the rapper’s part.
Gray adds that no tip was left for the waiter.
After several attempts to contact the rapper’s entourage and management, Gray says she still hasn’t had any luck.
Page Six has reached out to reps for the rapper for comment.
The “Love Again” rapper last month performed at Coachella, where he took a moment to thank Bieber for hopping on collaborating with him in 2021.
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During his set, Laroi, real name Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard, credited the 29-year-old Canadian singer with “changing my f-king life” by providing vocals for the track.
“Justin, thank you for changing my fucking life bro,” Laroi told a sea of cheering fans. “You are such a special human being. I love you and have you forever, my brother.
“Thank you for not only being an amazing musician and collaborator, but thank you for being my fucking friend, man,” he added before continuing his set.