Charlie Sheen’s bidding Twitter adios.
Being a member of the social networking site for around 16 months, the Anger Management star, 46, is shutting down his account and posted a final tweet saying:
reach for the stars everyone. dogspeed cadre. c out.
Making an account in March 2011, Sheen gained more than 157,000 followers two hours after his first tweet. He had nearly eight million followers when he deactivated his account last Thursday midnight.
It can be remembered that Sheen signed up for an account a week after he was kicked out Two and a Half Men as a result of his off-screen misbehavior. He usually took it to Twitter when he needed to rant about his life and other things. However, he told Good Morning America that his priorities have changed from the time of his highly controversial meltdown at the Two and a Half Men set. The actor, who has two daughters with ex-wife Denise Richards, twin sons with Brooke Mueller, and an adult daughter, said:
[I want Comedy Central's Anger Management] to be maybe not my absolute swan song, but do this and then take a break [from acting] for a while to just be a full-time dad. At the end of the day, I think that’s the job that matters the most, the job of a father.
Awww. Well, the twitter community is surely gonna miss you.
It was not long ago that Charlie Sheen fired some shots to the company of “Two and a half Men” for issuing a cease and desist letter warning in any case his new company of his new show “Anger Management” uses materials of Charlie from “Men.”
It seems the actor is not yet done, and now he told TMZ that, “I’m tired of lying … I’m tired of pretending the show doesn’t suck … I’m tired of pretending Ashton doesn’t suck.”
Just when it seems that after all the dust had settled, Charlie was seen to be at peace with his previous TV show. However, because of that warning it unleashed again the wrath of the actor.
Charlie further added, “It’s nothing personal … I just feel bad for him … he’s saddled with such bad writing.”
They should have just left guy alone because it sounds like bad publicity for everybody, but then again, whatever sells!
Looks like Charlie Sheen has not moved on yet from his last show on TV.
The actor’s latest rant against the show is that he called it, “steaming pile of ass.”
The feeling was mutual though.
What prompted Charlie Sheen to fire away some shots, is that the previous company that employed him just fired a cease and desist letter telling his new company now of his new TV show “Anger Management” not to use any photos of the actor from “Two and a half Men.”
The now sober actor further stated, “I’m thrilled. It insulates me from having to redundantly see myself in the idiotic bowling shirt. Perhaps if Warner Bros. spent as much time and energy focusing on THEIR show, it wouldn’t be such a steaming pile of ass.”
Pretty much the two sides still haven’t move on from their tumultuous breakup.
I don’t know what you guys think, but this is probably the worst possible decision of who could replace Charlie Sheen on “Two And A Half Men.”
The former “That 70′s Show” and “Punk’d” star has agreed to join “Two and a Half Men” as Charlie Sheen’s replacement, The Hollywood Reporter relays. He’s putting the final touches on his contract, which will offer him a “huge payday,” according to THR.
Can you even seen Kutcher playing this role? It totally doesn’t fit! What the hell happened to Rob Lowe? At least he can act and would be a decent casting for the part.
Sean Penn is probably all doped up on endorphins from the sex marathon that he and Scarlett Johansson are having, so I’ll partially forgive him for making these comments, because he certainly can’t be realizing what he’s actually saying.
“I think his energies, intelligence and passion could be both of service and servicing to him, as it is to all who are touched by the struggle of the Haitian people,” Penn said in a statement first obtained by Access Hollywood, which is where Sheen said this morning, “It looks like we’re going down [to Haiti].”
That’s a nice thought Sean, but don’t you think his “energies, intelligence and passions” could be better put to use in, say, a Bolivian coke farm? Or wait – a porn set!