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Snoop Dogg defends his loyalty to Charlie Sheen

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London, May 18 : Snoop Dogg has defended his decision to collaborate with Charlie Sheen on a single, suggesting that the troubled actor just fell a victim to 'Two and a Half Men' bosses.





The pair released 'Winning', which features some of Sheen's now infamous catchphrases, earlier this month.

The actor was fired from hit show 'Two And A Half' Men following a period of much-publicised bizarre behaviour, which many claimed was fuelled by drugs.

But the bad press, which followed, did not affect Snoop's loyalty.

"Sheen was my friend before all this happened so I do not judge him. He called on me and I came through for him", Sky News quoted rapper as saying.

"He is conducting his business, living and functioning.

"But if the station (US television network CBS) wanted to put him in a box, then what would have been crazy is staying in that situation," he added.


--ANI