Gilbert Arenas appears to have developed a serious fondness for Uber Eats, coupled with a tendency to overspend.

Uber Eats, a popular feature of the Uber app, allows users to order food from various restaurants, functioning similarly to DoorDash.

Arenas confesses to splurging a whopping $10,000 per month exclusively on Uber Eats, a figure that astounds many. This translates to an annual expenditure of $120,000, doubling the average income of an American worker, as reported by USA Today.

While hiring a personal chef might seem a more practical and potentially cost-effective option, Arenas seems committed to his extravagant delivery habit.

Despite its convenience, using food delivery apps often entails paying premium fees and risking subpar food quality upon arrival.

Arenas' preference for Uber Eats over more economical alternatives raises questions about his spending habits and culinary preferences.

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