Since being fired from the show “Two and a Half Men” on March 8, Charlie Sheen is linking more and more improbable projects.
The 45-year-old star 45 recently announced on his Twitter page that he was in the studio with rapper Snoop Dogg and producer Rob Patterson to record a new song.
For his 3.3 million subscribers, Charlie posted a photo of him in a recording studio along with Snoop Dogg and Rob Patterson, former guitarist of metal band Korn. The three men sit at a desk while Charlie Sheen seems to listen carefully to the notes played by the guitarist.
It is unclear if the rapper will record a song with Charlie Sheen, even though a microphone placed in the very middle of the room they occupy can be seen in the pic.
Rob Patterson is the music director of Charlie Sheen’s first show, My Violent Tornado of Truth, according to information published on his website, robpatterson666.com.
So it’s not surprising that the piece on which Charlie Sheen and his two acolytes work is reflected in his show in which he promises to tell “the true version of history” in relation to his most recent escapades.
Charlie Sheen will begin his tour of 22 performances April 2 in Detroit, Michigan. He stops in several U.S. cities including New York, Cleveland, Boston and San Francisco, but he will also be visiting Canada.
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