Charlie Sheen Makes His Rap Video Debut in 'Steak & Mash Potatoes'

Charlie Sheen Makes His Rap Video Debut in 'Steak & Mash Potatoes'

Producer Jack Splash and former MTV VJ Simon Rex, aka Dirt Nasty, have buddied up with Charlie Sheen for their Chain Swangaz music video, "Steak & Mash Potatoes."

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Sheen plays the role of a fast food joint manager as a favor to his friends, TMZ reports. The video was actually filmed over a year ago, pre-Sheen's media-friendly, tiger blood-infused breakdown. Watch below for the actor's debut as rap's newest video vixen and even a Brother Marquis cameo.

Dirt Nasty expresses the project best in his recent tweet: "I took a trip to Mars w @charliesheen @AndyMilonakis @SirJackSplash & all of Miami & came back as @chainswangaz, dropping this thursday."

Complete with a vulgar introductory skit, table-humping and ridiculous lyrics, the music video set in a fast food restaurant turned nightclub feels more like a remix to Lonely Island ft. Justin Timberlake's "Dick in a Box" without the comforting knowledge that it's just a "Saturday Night Live" skit.

Next time you consider ordering "the standard Number 4 Combo Meal," please proceed with caution.


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