Is Lil Pump Addicted To Drugs?
With Charlie Sheen involved, it's hard to tell.
“I’ve been smoking since I was eleven. I’ve been popping pills since I was seven.” Those are just a few of the many drug references used throughout Lil Pump’s latest release, “Drug Addicts.” The rapper dropped the track and a video co-starring Charlie Sheen late Thursday night. The video has already caught 6+ million views via YouTube.
The video, directed by Hannah Lux Davis, portrays the 17-year-old as he rolls along with “Dr. Sheen.” The two are seen pushing along a drug cart through the corridors of a hospital where patients are drinking, smoking, and popping pills.
Sheen has been open about his history with drug addiction. In 2011, the actor claimed that he had “tiger blood” and boasted that he could do more drugs than “anybody could survive.”
Hailing from Miami, Lil Pump broke out last year with his hit “Gucci Gang,” which has generated over 2 billion streams, resulting in 1 million album sales. The song also inspired a hilarious bit on “Saturday Night Live” starring Pete Davidson and Sam Rockwell paying homage to Stanley Tucci.
Together, there's not telling what kind of crazy shenanigans Pump and Sheen will be working on next.
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