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Justin Timberlake Tip: Singer Leaves $4K at German Club

Image: Justin Timberlake Tip: Singer Leaves $4K at German Club Recording artist/actor Justin Timberlake speaks during a event in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Friday, 25 Apr 2014 08:25 AM

By Clyde Hughes

Singer Justin Timberlake showed his gratitude to the wait staff at a Cologne, Germany establishment this week that took care of his entourage with a tip of nearly $4,000.

The Daily Mail reported via The Sun newspaper that the grateful singer left a tip of £2,450, which is equivalent to $3,929, at the Crystal Cologne club. Timberlake, 33, was with a group of 25 people until about 4:20 a.m. local time.

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Timberlake is currently on his 20/20 Experience World Tour, and he performed in the city Sunday and Tuesday.

The club's owner, Yunus Arslan, invited Timberlake to the establishment.

"He was in a great mood, a real gentleman," Arslan told The Sun.

The popular tour will return to North America this summer; Timberlake recently added 13 new dates. He will be performing until Dec. 20, according to Rolling Stone magazine. He will start at the MODA Center in Portland, Ore. and conclude at the Gwinnett Center near Atlanta on Dec. 20.

His current world tour is taking him through Europe, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand. The tour, featuring music from album "The 20/20 Experience," is the singer's first album since his 2006 "FutureSex/LoveSounds."

Timberlake's current hit single, "Not a Bad Thing," is currently on the rise, ranking No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart after eight weeks.

On Wednesday, Timberlake wrote the Time magazine entry for Pharrell Williams, who was honored in the publication's 100 most influential people list.

"When I decided to work on my first solo album in 2002, Pharrell was the first musician I spoke to, Timberlake wrote of Williams, who sings Billboard's No. 1 single, "Happy."

"I was 21 and ready to say something to the world. But I needed someone to help me translate exactly what that something was. I knew from our first conversation that he was that person," Timberlake added. "I will never forget how free and fun those sessions were. There were no rules, loads of laughs and music being created that made you feel like you could levitate."

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