Man Behind ‘Tips for Jesus’ Says It’s Not about Jesus

(Religion Today) The man behind “tips for Jesus” has finally broken his silence by speaking with San Francisco Magazine, though not without adding to the confusion. While his Instagram account claims he is “doing the Lord’s work,” the anonymous man responsible for this largesse phenomenon says his actions are “agnostic.” The large tipper—suspected to be Jack Selby, former vice president of PayPal—has become famous for leaving his calling card on restaurant receipts, along with thousands of dollars in gratuities for surprised servers.

Speaking on the condition of not having his name released, the large tipper explained his reasoning for beginning the campaign:

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  • Amber

    God gets the last laugh, for even if this is allegedly true that it was intended to be agnostic, Jesus is getting the credit, thus this agnostic fool’s idiotic plan is backfiring, and for the good of the people, That is how God truly works: backfires and fouls the plans of the evil, to have a good outcome for good and needy. Hahaha