Well, the Charlie Sheen/Ashton Kutcher story is just getting awkward at this point. It all started during Kutcher’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel, when the model-turned-actor addressed his predecessor on Two and a Half Men, asking Sheen to “shut the f**k up”. Apparently Kutcher had been receiving some not so pleasant messages from the Anger Management star.
Just because he's on a show called Anger Management, doesn't mean that Sheen actually practices it.
“Dude, shut the f--- up! Enough already," Kutcher told Kimmel on Wednesday's show. "It's three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter. Come on dude, really?”
It’s entirely possible that Kutcher was just putting on a show and fanning the flames to make it an interesting interview. Even so, Sheen’s tiger blood was boiling. At first Charlie was civil, tweeting Kutcher a remarkably tame message: “Ashton, message received. So sorry. [You] sounded like me! Well done! My bad. I was pissed at other crap & took it out on you. Hope [you are] good.”
Apparently there's still some bad blood over the Two and a Half Replacement.
It was a momentous occasion, that rare public apology from Charlie Sheen. Unfortunately, it didn’t last long. Just two hours later, Sheen had something to add to his previous tweet. And it definitely wasn’t as polite.
The tweet was like a little poem of hatred.
"But news flash. Dood [sic], you ever tell me to shut the f--- up ever again and I'll put you on a hospital good diet for a year. #YaFeelMe Jr?" he tweeted. According to TMZ, Sheen hadn’t actually seen the interview before his first tweet.