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Eddie Murphy Labeled A 'Wasteful, Arrogant Celebrity'

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A Hollywood Teamsters rep has slammed Eddie Murphy as “the most demanding and arrogant” celebrity according to Janet Charlton’s Hollywood blog.

Stories of the star’s wasteful habits and demands poured forth after Charlton chatted up some of the Teamsters. Here’s what she said regarding their comments,

“Eddie doesn’t believe in recycling. Every morning when he’s shooting a movie he demands a new set of special underwear and socks with the TAGS still attached. He puts it on, and at the end of the day THROWS IT AWAY. (Nothing is washed and re-used.) His motor home is stocked with toiletries like mouthwash and toothpaste and beverages, etc. EVERYTHING that has been opened is THROWN AWAY at the end of the day. He won’t use an opened bottle of mouthwash!”

Wait — so is this who Chris Brown got the idea from to wear underwear only once?

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