As a member of one of the biggest boy bands to emerge from the '80s, New Kids on the Block star Donnie Wahlberg is no stranger to being the subject of front-page news.
While lots of celebrities make headlines for controversial reasons, Donnie has maintained a clean reputation under the spotlight and once again he's proving us right.
Earlier in the week, the singer and Blue Bloods actor stopped by the Waffle House in Edgewood, Maryland, with some crew members from their Total Package Tour for late-night nibbles and he made sure the staff on-duty were generously rewarded for making his night.
According to server Angi Silen, Wahlberg and his crew arrived in a "big old bus" shortly after 2:00 a.m. after NKOTB performed at the Verizon Center in Washington DC on the weekend.
"At first, I thought he looked familiar. Then I said to Tyler 'that's one of the Wahlbergs,'" Silen recalled. "He was really nice, pleasant. He joked around with us a little bit."
Apparently the two groups of four walked into the 24-hour restaurant and said something along the lines of "we're hungry, we're good people and we tip well."
Well, he certainly stuck to his word and his act of generosity is going viral.
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