Emotional moment 89-year-old pizza delivery driver is given $12,000 tip

Pizza conveyance drivers are unrecognized yet truly great individuals.

Regardless of whether you’re hungover or downright ravenous, with just a call and a short stand by, they’ll be at your entryway with a quite hot box of scrumptiousness (custom fitted to you, obviously).

In any case, life being life, pizza conveyance drivers don’t generally get the credit they merit, which is the reason the enthusiastic second this 89-year-old pizza conveyance driver got a $12,000 tip is turning into a web sensation.

The tip was given to the senior resident after a TikTok star began a pledge drive in his honor.

Derlin Newey, 89, works 30 hours every week at a Papa John’s Pizza in Roy, Utah to get by, and not long ago, he dropped a pizza off at the home of the TikTok star Carlos Valdez.

Valdez proceeded to record his family’s visits with Newey and presented the recording on TikTok where it became a web sensation.

To such an extent that Valdez started to consistently demand the driver, whose consideration contacted the hearts of TikTok clients around the globe.

Be that as it may, it wasn’t well before individuals started to address why a 89-year-old was conveying pizzas as opposed to making the most of his nightfall years.

Valdez at that point got the plan to begin a pledge drive for Newey and he was amazed by the liberality of his adherents, who raised a groundbreaking $12,000 for the caring driver.

Cleverly, Newey didn’t comprehend what TikTok was, yet he comprehended that many individuals had been thoughtful to him.

“We collectively collected a gift for you, and I’m here to deliver that gift to you on behalf of the TikTok community,” Vadez told Newey.

In film shot by nearby news station KSL, Newey begins crying uncontrollably when he gets the cash and clarifies that he started working 30 hours every week as a pizza conveyance driver since he was unable to bear the cost of his bills on government backed retirement alone.

“This couldn’t have gone any better,” Valdez told KSL. “He required this. I’m simply happy we could support him. We simply need to treat individuals with thoughtfulness and regard – the manner in which he does. He won our love.”

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