Thanks to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, anyone who doesn't know how to leave a proper tip can expect to get called outโ€”and that goes double for celebrities. Still, after getting his name dragged through the mud on social media earlier this week, Pittsburgh Steeler DeAngelo Williams is clapping back at one server who tried to shame him for the miniscule tip he left her.

After dining with a group of friends at Ledo Restaurant in College Park, Maryland over the weekend, Williams left his server a whopping 75-cent tip even though his bill came to $128.26. The server immediately went on Facebook and shared a picture of the receipt, slamming Williams in the process.

"Just now at work I had Deangelo Williams come in and I waited on while tending bar," she wrote. โ€œHis check was $128.25. He left me $129 with no tip but .75 cents. So there you go Stealers (sic) fans, your running back is cheap as sh**!!! Smh.โ€

The post went viral and many criticized Williams for being a cheapskate, leaving less than a .6 percent tip. After all, the 33-year-old running back did sign with the Steelers last year for roughly $4 million, according to Around The NFL.

Still, Williams wasn't having any of it. He went next-level off on Twitter, claiming that he would have left no tip if he'd had his way. From there, he began sparring with the server's co-workers, continuing to insist that the service was slow, his order was wrong, and that the server ultimately didn't do her job.

Williams even admitted to working jobs in the service industry when he was younger, claiming he knew exactly the kind of message he was sending by leaving such a small tip.

Ultimately, it seems like Williams won the war.ย Ledo's co-owner Jimmy Marcos told TMZ he fired the server over the way she broadcasted the bad tip, and also offered an amends to Williams. "I want to offer anything I can do," he said. "I'll be sure to apologize in person next time he visits and pick up his next meal."

[via TMZ]