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He's still making the media rounds! Charlie Sheen called into Los Angeles radio station K-Earth 101 FM Monday morning to drop yet another series of quips, quotes and rants that are sure to go viral.
"They're entitled to their wrong opinions," the TV star said of his critics who believe that he's a little overexposed. It was announced recently that the "Two and a Half Men" season would be canceled due to Sheen's behavior. "I will not bow down to corporate stupidity. ... I'm here to get what's mine and at the end of the day take care of my perfect, loving family."
As for whether the rumors are true that he's planning to work with entrepreneur Mark Cuban (owner of NBA team Dallas Mavericks and chairman of the cable network HDNet), Sheen replied, "I love Mark Cuban. He's an absolute, tiger-blood rock star and he needs to be worshiped." He also disclosed that he's working on signing a deal with Live Nation this week.
"It's pretty radical what's going on out there. It is absolutely Gnarls Gnarlington, and I'm just so proud and so honored that the people have stepped forward and elected me as their leader," he said in true Sheen fashion, adding, "I just think that everyone is so sick of all the goon speak, all the troll brains that have ruled the airwaves for so long."
The actor's radio interview comes just a few days after his live UStream web show Sheen's Korner that garnered over 1.2 million views and growing.