Gary Busey has a few words for Charlie Sheen.
The actor, who is one of the few celebrities competing on the fourth season of "Celebrity Apprentice," tells People magazine, "Charlie is in a tailspin."
He adds, "I want Charlie to get up out of the mud and reclaim his life and I'm praying for him. The advice I have for him is to look at himself and the truth in his heart, because what he's doing is not true to his heart."
Busey, 66, has previously battled a cocaine addiction and appeared on the second season of "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."
The actor announced to his 1.8 million Twitter followers that "Sheen's Korner" would be broadcast on Ustream.tv. Surrounded by a small group of friends, including one of his porn star girlfriends, Sheen talked about everything from promoting products to slamming his homeowners association.
The actor read from his book of published poetry and showed off a new tattoo of his slogan, "winning."
However, on Sunday, Sheen seemed to react to the negative feedback his show received from viewers. The actor Tweeted, "Fastball; last night was treasonous to the movement. my bad. a video solution coming soon. #SheensKorner."
Meanwhile Busey and the rest of the cast of the "Celebrity Apprentice" are set to make their debut on Sunday.
On the show, the celebrities will compete against one another, performing business-oriented tasks in a bid to win $250,000, which will go to a charity of their choice. Their work will be judged by Trump and his advisers - his children Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr., as well as Trump Organization employee and "Apprentice" advisor George Ross.
The fourth season of "The Celebrity Apprentice" is set to premiere on NBC on Sunday, March 6 at 9 p.m. ET.