Charlie Sheen Selling HIV-Themed T-Shirt He Wore To Elton John’s Oscar Party (PHOTO)

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Charlie Sheen HIV Shirt

By Andrew Shuster


Charlie Sheen HIV Shirt

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Charlie Sheen announced on Monday that he’s selling the HIV-themed T-shirt he wore to Elton John’s annual Oscars party on Sunday night. The shirt, which features the actor’s face and the words “Stay positively negative,” will be on sale for two weeks only. See a large photo of the shirt below!

As Gossip Cop reported, John and his husband David Furnish hosted their annual Oscars viewing party in West Hollywood on Sunday. The event, which is currently in its 24th year, benefits the singer’s AIDS foundation. Sheen used his wardrobe at the party to make a statement, urging people to get tested for HIV and perhaps to also reference his assertion that his blood currently contains no trace of the virus.

On Monday, Sheen tweeted a link to a site where one can buy the shirt, and wrote, “The shirt speaks for itself. To purchase is a vote for support & a high-5 for the movement.” A portion of the proceeds will be donated to John’s AIDS Foundation. John later posted several photos from the event on his Instagram page, including one of himself, Furnish and Sheen, along with the caption, “Glad to see Charlie Sheen at the party. In great form and in great spirits.”

Sheen, of course, revealed on the “Today” show last November that he was diagnosed with HIV in 2011. The actor has since become a staunch advocate for HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness. John’s 2016 Oscars gala raised more than $6 million for AIDS research, thanks to a charity auction held during the event, as well as proceeds from the sale of tickets to the party. Among the many other celebrities who attended John’s Oscars bash were Mariah Carey, Lea Michele, Caitlyn Jenner, Kelly Osbourne and Matthew Morrison. Check out Sheen’s HIV-themed t-shirt below!

Charlie Sheen HIV T Shirt


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