Sneak Peek: Charlie Sheen's "Winning Movement" Anthem By Snoop Dogg

by Mara Siegler · May 10, 2011

    Just because Charlie Sheen has wrapped his Violent Torpedo of Give Me Your Hard Earned Money Tour, doesn't mean he is going to disappear into the settled life at Sober Valley Lodge with the Goddesses. Below's a preview of his song "Winning," with Snoop and Filter guitarist Rob Patterson. It's predictably terrible.

    "Well, the genesis of the song is about, you know,'s just everything in life," Charlie told E! News. "I think Snoop did a really good job at kind of encapsulating the whole vibe of you know the movement. Yeah, and it was taken out and then it was brought back in for the rest of the tour we played it every night pretty much for the end of the show."

    See. That's awful. It should be called "Over It," or "Stop It," or "Wait? Why Are You Not In Jail For Shooting Kelly Preston and Committing Innumerable Other Criminal Acts?"  However, he is giving a portion of the proceeds to his  'Torpedos Against Tornados' initiative, so we will give him a partial pass on this.  Good cause, bad song.

    And this is the only pass. That's it. Charlie needs to keep the income coming in to support his coke and hooker habit and since he lost his job on Two and Half Men, he's clearly getting creative. Before we're hit with Winning: The Fragrance, we suggest he get sober and open a rehab center and STFU. Otherwise, a sex tape with  Lindsay Lohan would probably make both of them enough for an epic bender.

    The entire video will air on E! tonight.