Ne-Yo and a group of pals reportedly left a restaurant without paying their £500 bill earlier this month. It's claimed the star left the establishment after being handed a bill.
Ne-Yo allegedly left a restaurant without paying his bill.
The 'Let Me Love You' hitmaker reportedly racked up £500 in food and drinks for himself, manager Jayvon Smith and a group of 10 friends at New York City eatery Negril earlier this month, but failed to settle the sizeable balance.
A source told the New York Daily News: ''Ne-Yo came in with Jayvon Smith, a group of girls, some guys and a bodyguard. He was ordering all this stuff and he kept asking people what they want, and kept the drinks coming.''
The party enjoyed a continuous stream of culinary treats, including Grey Goose screwdriver cocktails, mac and cheese, and chicken wings.
However, at the end of the meal, it's claimed Ne-Yo and his pals couldn't decide who would pay the bill.
The eyewitness added: ''[The waitress] asked specifically, 'Is it okay if everyone is on your check?' and [Ne-Yo] said, 'Yes'. She hands it to him, he hands it to his manager, his manager hands it to another guy in the group, who hands it back to Ne-Yo.''
The 31-year-old singer and his manager then reportedly left the establishment, leaving his waitress - who was ''run ragged'' looking after the group - and the restaurant's manager stunned.
The source said: ''The waitress was so upset. She looked like she was working so hard.''
The eatery's manager is thought to have followed the group to a nearby hotspot, where they continued to party, in an unsuccessful bid to settle the balance.
According to the report, someone in the group ''promised they'd be back tomorrow to pay up'', but the bill remains unpaid.
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