Fly Interview: Darius McCrary Talks Playing The Legendary Gerald Levert, His Role in John Singleton’s Newest Film, Being in the Studio With Slash and More

Darius McCrary stopped by the studio last week and sat down with SFPL TV to discuss his role in TV One‘s biopic Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story and his various other projects. McCrary portrayed the legendary R&B singer Gerald Levert who unexpectedly passed back in 2006. While speaking on the film the actor touched on Levert’s musical legacy and the impact of Motown on the industry.

McCrary then briefly spoke on his role in John Singleton‘s upcoming FX series Snowfall which takes place during the 1980’s cocaine epidemic, with the pilot expected to premiere later on this year. The Anger Management star also dished on his relationship with co-star Charlie Sheen which led to him getting to work with Slash in the studio. McCrary currently has a new single out “Seasons #GO,” with the album slated to be out later in the year.

Watch Darius McCrary’s full interview with SFPL TV below. As a bonus you can also check out the video for his new single “Seasons #GO” as well.

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Charlie Sheen: Sheen’s Korner #3 … Charlie’s Loosing it…

Charlie has officially lost it.

I’m starting to get a little scared. I don’t know how healthy it is to watch this man unravel. He’s clearly Bi-Polar.


I think it was a bit comical at first, but now I’m indifferent.

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The Fly Discussion: Charlie Sheen Officially Fired from ‘Two and a Half Men’

Celebrity of the Moment, Charlie Sheen has been fired from the hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men following a array of interviews where Sheen has constantly badmouthed the show’s producer, Chuck Lorre. Warner Bros. released a statement confirming the news Monday.

Charlie told “This is very good news. They continue to be in breach, like so many whales. It is a big day of gladness at the Sober Valley Lodge because now I can take all of the bazillions, never have to look at whatshisc–k again and I never have to put on those silly shirts for as long as this warlock exists in the terrestrial dimension.”

The sitcom had already been placed on indefinite hiatus halfway through filming its eighth season in February because of Charlie’s behavior, which included being hospitalized in January among other issues.

Sheen  (who became the highest paid TV star ever, racking in $2 million per episode )  was upset with this decision and has since launched a number of  rants against the show’s producers, always making sure to single out Chuck Lorre, saying he had no right to question what he does outside of working hours.

Now what they have done is put Charlie in a place to #WIN because any Network with any real sense would know that if they jump on him now the ratings will indubitably be Amazing.

Who’s really #Winning ?
We’re just saying…
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New Music: Rico Love feat. Charlie Sheen “Bi-Winning”

Super producer/songwriter @IAMRICOLOVE hits us with “BI-WINNING” Featuring @CHARLIESHEEN…LOL! Check it out!