Fans React To Snoop Dogg Collaborating With Charlie Sheen

By Kathy Iandoli

Apparently Snoop likes a little tiger blood with his gin & juice.

This past weekend Charlie Sheen tweeted a pic of himself with Snoop Dogg and Korn guitarist Robert Patterson for an apparent recording session. The accompanied tweet read: “Warlock meets his makers-music makers that is @SnoopDog @robpatterson666 get ready to rock the Sheenius within!”

While Snoop is no stranger to odd musical pairings – let’s not forget “My Medicine” with Willie Nelson – Young Chuck the Warlock seems like a total surprise.

But wait, it gets better.

Popeater reported that Diddy was also hanging out at the Sheen estate over the weekend. Maybe Diddy is in on the action too?

This may all just be a total joke (April Fools?), but fans are already hedging their bets that it’s true.

“Charlie Sheen and Snoop Dogg recording a song together? The madness continues,” @JennSelby tweets. While Sheen has evolved from a Pop culture icon to a Pop culture idol within a matter of weeks, some are none too thrilled to hear the man rap. “Still waiting for that Rebecca Black collab,” @JennSelby jokingly continues, referencing teen viral video princess Rebecca Black and her deafening “Friday” single.

As Charlie Sheen is still negotiating with CBS about his show “Two and a Half Men” (contracts, money, and feet licking are all on Sheen’s list of demands), his one-man show “Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo Of Truth” is selling like crazy. Meanwhile, Snoop’s 11th studio album Doggumentary released today. While both stars clearly are busy with their own projects, fans still find their teaming to be crazy.

“#theysay Snoop Dogg in Studio With Charlie Sheen, I (question) Snoops choices, but based on those choices, I cant deny the potency of what he smokes,” says @GmanFantastic. “Hilarious and scary!” @uisgebeatha comments about the collaboration.

While the Sheenius offered no details about his studio time with either Snoop or Diddy, he’s bound to announce it over Twitter. After all, he tweets about everything else.