Charlie Sheen, the Two And A Half Men alum and Hot Shots star, made a very surprising appearence in a new music video for an up and coming rapper. Mr. Sheen appeared in Lil’ Pump’s “Drug Addict” video; you can check out the content on YouTube below.
Pump released the video on Thursday night, where Charlie stars as a doctor in a psychiatric ward. In the ward, Charlie is donning a white coat with the name tag, “Dr. Sheen,” while everyone in the hospital is popping pills and looking happy.
In the video, both Sheen and Lil’ Pump are not only handing out prescription drugs to people in the hospital but also taking the drugs themselves.
The rapper says in the video that he has been “smoking since I was eleven,” and “popping pills” since he was seven. In the final moments of the music video, Sheen and Lil’ Pump are dragged out of the psychiatric ward.
As you may know, this role is very fitting for the Two and A Half Men alum, as he has come out in the past about drug addiction, especially during his time on the Chuck Lorre-created TV series.
In an interview in 2011, Charlie famously coined the term, “tiger blood,” and said that he was doing more drugs than anybody else could do. The actor said in the interview that he was operating “on a different level” than other people.
Later on, Charlie said that his use of testosterone cream contributed to his strange behavior after Chuck fired him from the show. Later on, Sheen said he looked back on those interviews and laughed about it. Although, moments were “cringe-able,” the actor conceded.
In 2011, Charlie’s behavior was the subject of a ton of media attention, and he quickly became the star of the year, albeit in an unfamiliar and slightly negative way. Fans will remember when Sheen famously said he was “banging 9-gram rocks” and “finishin’em,” because he only has “one speed: go!”