AceShowbiz - Charlie Sheen is finally back after staying away from the spotlight for quite sometime, but he's not coming back to the big or small screen. Instead, the "Anger Management" actor appears in Lil Pump's music video for "Drug Addicts" which was released on Thursday, July 5.
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the trippy visuals features Charlie and Pump playing shady doctors. They are seen wheeling a drug cart through a psychedelic hospital ward where patients are gleefully smoking, drinking, popping pills and dropping ecstasy. It's clear that both of them don't plan to help their patients at all since they join them partying in the hospital.
"Whole gang full of drug addicts/ Take a lot of s**t, forgot what happened/ I ain't gonna lie, I got a habit/ I swear to God, you can't be on my status," he raps as scantily-clad nurses push their wheelchairs. "Start the day off with a pint/ I'ma show you how to live life/ Take a lot of drugs, don't think/ I do this every day and all night."
The end of the music video shows the group moving their drug-fueled party to an outdoors drained pool.
"Drug Addicts" is expected to be included on Pump's upcoming mixtape "Harvard Dropout", his first project since signing a deal with Warner Bros. Records. Pump previously announced that the effort was finished in April and would be released sometime this month, though an exact release date has yet to be announced.
Pump landed a $8 million deal with Warner Bros. Records in March. The record label company's co-chairman Tom Corson expressed his excitement about the deal. "Everyone here at Warner Bros. is thrilled to continue our successful partnership with Lil Pump," he said in a statement. "This new chapter promises to be even more extraordinary than the last, and we can't wait to unleash Pump's powerful new music to the masses."