Lil Pump dropped the new music video for his latest single “Drug Addicts” Thursday, with the star enlisting the help of Charlie Sheen.

The “Gucci Gang” rapper had previously teased the collaboration with the former “Two And A Half Men” star in an Instagram post last month. He’s now dropped the entire clip, which showed the pair donning matching lab coats and distributing various pills in a hospital ward.

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Sheen first tweeted out the artwork for the single on July 4. “What day did you want to break the internet?” the 52-year-old actor asked Pump in the tweet.

Pump responded by sharing a 50-second clip of the music video and asking fans to retweet if he should “drop ASAP.”

“Whole game full of drug addicts,” Pump can be heard rapping over the bouncy beat in the track, “Took a lot of s***, forgot what happened.”

Depending on how you look at it, Sheen is either a perfect fit for the video or the worst choice possible, given his own troubled history with drug abuse.

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“Drug Addict” is said to appear on Pump’s upcoming sophomore album, scheduled for release later this year.

Watch the newly-released video above.