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Wendy Raquel Robinson of 'The Game' wants to play with Charlie Sheen

Wendy Details are still sketchy on what Charlie Sheen plans to do on his upcoming live My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option tour, but Wendy Raquel Robinson of BET's "The Game" is already game. She wants to hit the road with him.

Robinson, who plays sassy manager Tosha Mack on the comedy, tweeted, "Just got an offer to go on tour with Charlie Sheen. What y'all think?"

Actually, Robinson is jumping the gun -- she has not received an offer or even been in touch with the fired "Two and a Half Men" star. But a representative for the actress said she would love to appear on the tour as her "The Game" character and wants to let it be known that she is available.

"She's thinking outside of the box," said the spokewoman.

What do you think of Robinson's offer? Should Sheen take her up on it?

— Greg Braxton


 Photo: Wendy Raquel Robinson. Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images


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Yeah bring it Wendy !
Charlie needs to showcase women in his tour (and i mean smart and funny women, not so much goddesses sorry Charlie) lol.

Rap A Porn, Porn Rapper, Rap A Porn, X Slapper….Charlie Sheen needs to do what he does best, promote Porn. There is even a new rapper on the WEB called Porn Rapper who claims Charlie inspired his latest work. This artist known as Porn Rapper is even calling Rap A Porn a new music genre. I
have no doubt that Charlie has given a big boost to the Porn Industry and will become a iconoclast mogul in it’s future. I suggest the “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option Show” tour DEBUT this title tract called X Slapper. Party ON with Tiger Blood!
..............So If Your Pounding On The Street, Girl Better Watch Your Feet,
Before Your Drawn To The Beat, Filmed A Special Treat,
Your Hollywood Meat, And Catch The Body Heat Of The X Slapper...........

This is just like the message in Wall Street, if Charlie Sheen thinks the truth needs to come out, than so be it and he'll pay whatever consequences after it's all over, and eventually it will work itself out.


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