He’s been known to make an impression. And on Sunday, Charlie Sheen did just that as he arrived fashionably late for Elton John’s annual Oscars viewing party which benefits the star’s AIDS foundation.
The 50-year-old came sporting a custom T-shirt which featured his face, as well as the words ‘Stay positively negative.’
The message, written in bold, black lettering, was apparently the actor urging people to get tested for HIV.
The Two and a Half Men star revealed in November that he is HIV positive, and has been for about four years.
Speaking of the shirt, Charlie explained: ‘I thought if somebody said, ‘You’re not wearing a tie.’ And I said, ‘Well, I’m at an AIDS event and I brought my HIV.”
He looked to be in good spirits as he arrived at the annual bash, which was held in West Hollywood, California, with two male friends and a blonde woman.