So it actually does exist.
Back at the start of his public meltdown/crusade/declaration of war against Chuck Lorre, Charlie Sheen tweeted a photo of himself alongside rapper Snoop Dogg and Filter guitarist Rob Patterson. He claimed the three were hard at work on a song, which most people wrote off as yet another empty boast.
Well, we were wrong. The song, which is called - yes - "Winning," will finally have its public unveiling tonight at midnight on iTunes.
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Sheen gave E! Online an exclusive teaser clip of the song, and also spoke about his collaboration with the rap superstar.
"Well, the genesis of the song is about, you know, winning," Sheen told E! "I think Snoop did a really good job at kind of encapsulating the whole vibe of, you know, the movement."
Sheen's "Violent Torpedo of Truth" live tour has been trudging along in front of increasingly more apathetic audiences, and he's even down one "goddess" (girlfriend Bree Olson split from the threesome she shared with Sheen and Natalie Kenley before pleading guilty to a misdemeanor drunk driving charge in her home state of Indiana).
Will "Winning" reignite the craze?
The full song will be available for purchase via iTunes tonight at midnight.