Simon Pegg reveals Tom Cruise never accept responsibility of mistake

Simon Pegg reveals Tom Cruise never accept responsibility of mistake

Simon Pegg reveals Tom Cruise never accept responsibility of mistake

Simon Pegg reveals Tom Cruise never accept responsibility of mistake

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  • Simon Pegg, a British comedian, has revealed that his longtime buddy Tom Cruise never accepts responsibility for a mistake.
  • The actor ‘maintains his authority by never being to blame for anything,’ Pegg said in a recent interview.
  • Simon Pegg explained how Tom Cruise ‘flatly denies’ any faults of his own in a recent interview.
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Simon Pegg explained how Tom Cruise ‘flatly denies’ any faults of his own in a recent interview.

Simon Pegg, a British comedian, has revealed that his longtime buddy Tom Cruise never accepts responsibility for a mistake, a strategy he employs to maintain his power.

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The comedian 52 opened out about working with the War of the Worlds actor, revealing that he ‘categorically denies’ his mistakes and refuses to apologise even when the fact of his mistake is revealed.

Pegg, who has known Cruise, 59, for about 16 years, stated in an interview that the actor ‘flatly denies’ any personal flaws.

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“If something goes wrong and it’s his fault, he’ll flatly deny it. And then if someone corrects him, instead of saying sorry, he’ll just say, “Yeah,” and wink at me,” he added.

He further added that Cruise ‘maintains his authority by never being to blame for anything.’

According to claim reports, Tom Cruise overturned and wrecked Oracle founder Larry Ellison’s car.

According to an eyewitness who witnessed the event, personnel of Ellison’s land and resource management firm were directed to clean up the wreckage.

The police were not notified of the collision since there were no injuries and the automobile was being taken away by a truck.

According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the Hollywood star Tom Cruise travelled to the Hawaiian island shortly after the billionaire purchased it for $300 million (£243 million) in 2012.

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