The Kid LAROI allegedly forgot to stay and pay for his meal when he dined in a Springfield, Missouri restaurant on May 2.

TMZ reported that the rapper is being accused of dining and dashing at the Dublin’s Pass Irish Pub & Restaurant by the establishment's manager Autumn Gray.

Earlier in the night, The Kid LAROI performed at the Great Southern Bank Arena before heading to the restaurant with some of his friends.

He was led to a table in a private room. During his time at the restaurant, he allegedly took pictures with fans and was kind to the staff that works there.

The group dined on everything from cheeseburgers, to chicken wings, to mac and cheese, and more. The total racked up to a grand sum of $133.58.

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However, despite their friendly attitude and assuring their server that they were not leaving, the server allegedly came back to clear plates and that was when they discovered the group had supposedly bolted from the establishment.

Gray did say that there could have been an honest mistake made and no tips were given at the time.

However, made things right with the staff of the restaurant. Sources close to the rapper told TMZ that his security team was supposed to provide the card or the bill, but forgot to square it away before they left.

Since the story went viral, The Kid LAROI apparently learned about the blunder and set things right with the staff.

He reached out to staff on the morning of May 4 and covered the bill, but also left a $2,500 tip for the trouble.

The Kid LAROI rose to fame in 2020 when he scored the top 10 hit "Without Year," which was later remixed to add Miley Cyrus.

However, it wasn't until the next year where he would score his biggest hit to date. In 2021 he released the song "Stay," which featured Justin Bieber.

The tune soared to the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and went on to be certified 9x Platinum.

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