Charlie Sheen Curses, Smokes, Rants in Second Webcast; Apologizes for First Webcast
On Sunday, Charlie Sheen hosted his second webcast, Sheen’s Korner, and it was even more bizarre than his debut.
During the 13-minute show, during which Sheen, 45, mostly chain smoked and cursed, he criticized his first webcast Saturday, saying it was "treasonous to the movement.” (1.2 million people watched it.)
He then told fans that he still plans on giving people “the f------ truth” and that he’s going to “deliver it in a way that’s violent and focused and not like they’re used to ever because they’re high on vaccines, and McDonald’s, and Us Weekly, and TMZ and every other f------ shitty brand of food that they consume…. So I’m just gonna write my sermons. I’m gonna deliver them like truth torpedos and people are gonna f---- take it or leave it. We know they’re gonna take it because they can’t process it, so they must condemn it. If they can’t condemn it, they’ll f----- like turn me into a God and worship it and then realize I’m behind them cutting their throats and their children....”
Later, he talked about his 11-year-old pug, Betty, that has died. "Now Betty is dead. Betty had my birthday,” he said, dedicating the show to his pet. “So Betty and I had an obvious connection. ... Now she's in another dimension, flashing her razor fangs, making her owner, her master proud."
Before signing off, he also dismissed the phrase “it is what it is”: “What it was isn't what you thought it is, because it is what it is, because you claim so, because you confirm it, because you insist that it is what it is,” he ranted. “And therefore it ain't what it ain't, which is gold and winning and magic because that's how I roll."