Charlie Sheen is on fire. For those playing catch up, the actor has been making headlines recently thanks to some of the things he’s been saying in the a handful of interviews he’s been doing on television and radio. He’s appeared on the Today show, Good Morning America, Howard Stern and more (with the kind of press he's been doing, there may even be an exclusive Q & A posted on later this week). The Two and a Half Men star has battled alcohol and cocaine problems, though he doesn’t believe in the concept of addition and claims that he is now clean simply because he wants to be. Now the rest of the season of the sitcom has been canceled, and he's got something to say about it.

More than a few onlookers and interviewers have suggested that Sheen may have gone off the deep-end. He’s talked about the “Goddesses” that he lives with (the two women he’s in a relationship with); that he’s “tired of pretending I’m not special;” that he has “tiger blood;” that CBS should apologize while “licking my feet” and plenty more gems. Plus, he looks like that ↓.

It's the old car crash cliche: We're a bit horrified, but just can't look away. There's no telling what this will do for Sheen's career; it's still early for that—though he expects to be "winning" before long.

Plenty of rappers have had their own moments where they’ve said or done something that has made hip-hop scratch it’s collective head. Sometimes, it's at an important moment in their career and adversely affects the path, while others simply signify that off-the-deep-end moment. In honor of Sheen's spectacular antics, we present to you: Rap’s greatest Charlie Sheen Moments.


Bizzy Bone Goes Off the Reservation on Radio
Somewhere between sounding holy and demonic, there's no question that Bizzy sounds just a bit crazy.

Young Buck Cries on the Phone to 50 Cent
Buck didn't mean for things to go this way. Seriously.

Canibus Breaks Into Jamaican Accent
When put on the spot on a radio interview, Canibus didn't want to rap, so he let the hosts know in his aggressive Jamaican accent.

Yung Berg Doesn't Like "Dark Butts"
The rapper infamous for getting his chain took admits he doesn't like women that are darker than he is.

Charles Hamilton Gets Punched
Turns out this clip had quite a shelf life.

DMX Jail Interview
X talks about meeting the devil in God's country. And plenty, plenty more.

Yung LA Gets a Duct Tape Entertainment Face Tattoo, Despite Not Being on the Label


As we reported last week, Yung LA got his mug inked with the DTE logo. As if a face tattoo wasn't eyebrow-raising enough, LA isn't even part of that label. Co-CEO of Duct Tape, Alley Boy, was less than pleased when he spoke with “[Yung LA] aint’ get the okay from none one of us and ain’t none one of us told you nothin’ about you having nothing to do with Duct Tape,” he said. LA's tat came just weeks after Gucci's ice cream ink made headlines.

Asher Roth Tweets About Nappy Headed Hoes


In late April 2009, Roth tweeted that he was at Rutgers "hanging out with nappy headed hoes." The message was meant to poke fun at Don Imus's similarly worded comments about the Rutgers women's basketball team, though the joke was not well-received by many. Just a few days later, Asher apologized in a statement. “The twitter situation was an immature attempt to poke fun at an infamously moronic joke,” he said. Roth's debut, Asleep in the Bread Aisle, had been released just a few days earlier, on April 20.

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