Chad Johnson, a former NFL player, leaves a $1,000 tip at an NC restaurant.

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NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Former Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson reportedly left a generous gratuity for one lucky waitress at a North Carolina restaurant.

Johnson, 44, tweeted a picture of his bill from Greensboro’s Stephanies Restaurant II on Wednesday.
Johnson reportedly gave a $1,000 tip even though his dinner only cost $24.39, according to the post.

Chad Ochocinco Johnson, a former wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals, is pictured during a game against the New York Jets at Metlife Stadium on November 25, 2010 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

On November 25, 2010 in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Chad Ochocinco Johnson, a former wide receiver with the Cincinnati Bengals, is shown during a game versus the New York Jets at Metlife Stadium. (Image courtesy of Getty Images/Benjamin Solomon)

He wrote on the bill, “I once scored 6 touchdowns in Madden using myself.”
Johnson added the words “I love you” beneath his signature.
The former football star posted a picture to Twitter along with the verse from Proverbs 11:25 in the text.
According to Biblegateway.com, the New International Version of that verse reads: “A generous person will thrive; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.”
Johnson and Stephanies Restaurant II was contacted by Fox News Digital for comment.
Over 19,300 people have liked the photo since Johnson uploaded it online, and it has been retweeted 1,050 times.

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Johnson left a generous tip at a North Carolina restaurant earlier this week. He is pictured here in 2018 discussing "Warriors of Liberty City" with the Build Series at Build Studio in New York City.

Johnson left a generous tip at a North Carolina restaurant earlier this week. He is pictured here in 2018 discussing “Warriors of Liberty City” with the Build Series at Build Studio in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

“I was once a server,” one person commented. “Seeing things like this is so touching. Its amazing to see people give to servers.”

“People dont realize how much this stuff matters,” another wrote, in part. “The tip is dope but showing love means the world esp {sic} working in the service industry.”

This isn’t the first time Johnson dropped a $1,000 tip for a restaurant worker.

In 2020, he left the same amount on a $37 tab at a Florida restaurant and shared a photo of the bill on Twitter. He captioned “Proverbs 11:25” on that post as well.

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(@ochocinco) Chad Johnson May 18, 2020 “Greetings and best wishes when you reopen. We apologize about the pandemic. I HEART YOU, “On the bill, Johnson wrote.

Paulina Dedaj from Fox News Digital contributed to this story.
Fox News Digital’s Ann W. Schmidt is a lifestyle reporter and editor.

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