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R.I.P. Charlie Murphy
culture
  |  
Apr 13, 2017

R.I.P. Charlie Murphy

A special tribute to one of our all-time favorites.

Charlie Murphy first hooked up with Snoop Dogg in 1995, when they starred together in Snoop’s Murder Was the Case: The Movie in 1995. By then, “Eddie’s big brother” was already an established actor, appearing in films like Harlem Nights, Mo’ Better Blues, and CB4.  But it wasn’t until he starred in Chappelle’s Show that Charlie became the more popular Murphy. Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories became some of the most popular sketches on the series, and the world finally found out that the older Murphy was just as funny as his little brother.

Charlie joined Snoop on GGN in 2013 and cracked up everyone in the room with stories about crazy parties, CB4 Part II, and an encounter with some racist Chappelle’s Show fans. Please enjoy this special presentation of the very best of Snoop’s conversation with Charlie. He may be gone, but his stories will live forever.

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MERRY JANE is based in Los Angeles, California and is dedicated to elevating the discussion around cannabis culture.

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R.I.P. Charlie Murphy

R.I.P. Charlie Murphy

  |  
culture
  |  
Apr 13, 2017

A special tribute to one of our all-time favorites.

Charlie Murphy first hooked up with Snoop Dogg in 1995, when they starred together in Snoop’s Murder Was the Case: The Movie in 1995. By then, “Eddie’s big brother” was already an established actor, appearing in films like Harlem Nights, Mo’ Better Blues, and CB4.  But it wasn’t until he starred in Chappelle’s Show that Charlie became the more popular Murphy. Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories became some of the most popular sketches on the series, and the world finally found out that the older Murphy was just as funny as his little brother.

Charlie joined Snoop on GGN in 2013 and cracked up everyone in the room with stories about crazy parties, CB4 Part II, and an encounter with some racist Chappelle’s Show fans. Please enjoy this special presentation of the very best of Snoop’s conversation with Charlie. He may be gone, but his stories will live forever.

author_12

MERRY JANE is based in Los Angeles, California and is dedicated to elevating the discussion around cannabis culture.

WATCH MORE FROM MERRY JANE