Charlie Sheen staging 6 p.m. walk through central Toronto for #biwinning, er, bipolar awareness
In between the two Toronto shows on his Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is not an Option tour, Charlie Sheen is inviting fans (or you know, whoever) to join him for a “bipolar awareness walk” through the city today. The erstwhile Two and a Half Men star tweeted,“Bipolar Awareness Walk!! Come join me at 6pm and walk with me from The Ritz Carlton to Massey Hall..! Show your support..!! #BIWINNING ybw.”
The self-described “unemployed winner”—who loves Toronto, even if Toronto doesn’t love him—famously denied having bipolar disorder in an interview with ABC’s Andrea Canning in February. “I’m bi-winning,” he clarified helpfully.
So what, exactly, is he planning to make people aware of? Perhaps what bipolar disorder is (“Wow. What does that mean?” he responded when Canning asked if he suffered from the illness) or how it should be treated (Sheen’s advice: “Shut up. Shut up. Stop. Move forward.” Thanks, doc).
Anyway, now that all Torontonians have a chance to gawk at the famed warlock for free, it sucks for the chumps who shelled out more than $100 to see his show.