Charlie Sheen is an idiot who had his head so deep in his ass he didn’t see what was going to happen to him. He thought he could put up a show in front a live audience, whereas all he had done his whole life was listening to recorded laughs during his stupid sitcom, may be after a certain time he thought they were real.
His show, oh surprise! bombed last night in Detroit, he got booed on stage, but all along, people who had bought tickets were just waiting for doing this, tearing him apart, destroying their useless toy that had amused them for a short while. Because people who have some kind of interest in Sheen are just like him, egocentric drunk wife beaters who were probably expecting the same thing than Romans who were going to the arena in the ancient Rome. But Sheen is not a martyr, he volunteered for it, he positioned himself as a (fuck-up) hero of truth and freedom and a… winner.
According to TMZ and many other reports, his friend Simon Rex tried to save the show by rapping, Sheen played the new track recorded by Snoop Dogg for him, the one Iman was talking about recently, and despite the rumors the rapper would make a guest appearance, he did not show up.
Nothing saved his show and people began booing and walked out, the lights were turned on,.. a really bad sign. I hope we will not hear about Charlie Sheen anymore, just for a little while, because self-indulgent guys never learn a lesson.
a whiny piece of crap
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The song wakes up with alluring guitars
weaving a fairy tale for us to get lost in
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“I don’t consider David (Bowie) to be even remotely big enough to be any competition.”
an old school New York feel
oedipal vulnerable and blue collar visceral
An emotional song with Miya’s acrobatic and vulnerable vocals
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