Actor Charlie Sheen has been dominating headlines since falling out with the producers of his hit show “Two And A Half Men” in February.

After a series of interviews featuring his live-in girlfriends Natalie Kenly and former adult actress Bree Olson spawned phrases such as “winning” and “tiger blood,” Sheen is cashing in on his viral popularity by recording with Snoop Dogg.

Sheen announced a collaboration of some sorts Friday via Twitter. The message featured Sheen, former Korn turned Filter guitarist Rob Patterson and Snoop Dogg in the studio together.

It’s unclear when or how the music their recording session produced will be released, as Sheen is preparing for the April 14 debut of his “Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option” tour. Snoop also worked with members of Korn while appearing in the group’s “Twisted Transistor” video.

As odd collaborations go, Snoop’s work with Sheen and Patterson probably ranks somewhere between his 2003 appearance on Limp Bizkit’s “Red Light, Green Light” and the 2008 song “My Medicine,” which featured Willie Nelson.

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