Charlie Sheen’s “My Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour kicked off Saturday in Detroit and the actor was booed off stage. Sheen came out to cheers and started the show with a Q&A session answering audience questions about everything from favorite porn stars to crack. It was all downhill after that, as fans started booing, and Sheen started to get heckled. He told one man in the crowd “Already got your f***ing money, dude.” Sheen then sent friend Simon Rex to the stage to rap but that backfired. His ‘Goddesses’ smooched on stage, and THAT earned an ovation.
Eventually, the crowd started to leave, the house lights came on and the show was (allegedly) cut short. Last night in Chicago, Charlie Sheen presented a revamped and improved show for the second performance of his My Torpedo of Truth Tour. Sheen took the stage at the Chicago Theatre with a show that featured fewer video clips than his debut. Plus, Sheen ditched the comedian stand-up act and added a Q&A segment with an interviewer. Despite the fixes, Sheen blamed reaction to the Detroit show ON… Himself? Nah!… The opening night audience. Sheen read a poem about how much he hates Detroit, and asked the audience “not to become (expletive) Detroit tonight. Let’s show Detroit how it’s (expletive) done.”
Some audience members chanted “Detroit sucks.” Sheen told stories about smoking weed with Chris Penn and said he would return to “Two and a Half Men”, but called the folks who run the show “blood suckers.” During a Q&A segment, Sheen was asked why he pays for sex and replied “because I had millions to blow; I ran out of things to buy.” Overall, it sounds like the performance was a step up from the spectacular Detroit boo-fest. In fact, the audience gave him a standing ovation.