Eddie Murphy says he refused cocaine from Robin Williams and John Belushi.

Talking to The Hollywood Reporter in a recent podcast, the 55-year-old said: “[John] Belushi and Robin Williams offered me some blow and I didn’t take it.”

Murphy, who claims Belushi called him a “tight-ass” for rejecting the drugs, used to hang out regularly with the hard-partying stars.

“Then, years later, I was like, ‘Wow, that’s a trip,’” he added.

Williams, who battled cocaine and alcohol addiction, checked himself into rehab for depression shortly before he committed suicide in 2014. Belushi died of a fatal overdose in 1982.

Murphy also spoke to the publication about never winning an Oscar.

“They [the Academy] don’t have a hand in what gets made, you know? They can’t control it if nothing came in that black folks was in … was Oscar-worthy. So it’s not them. The studios gotta start making more stuff where black folks get quality stuff … I’ve been making movies for 35 years and I’ve played everything from an old lady to a donkey, so I can’t be on here talking about, ‘They don’t give us enough roles’ and diversity.”

This article originally appeared on News.com.au