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Two men-emies: Charlie Sheen (left) has not been particularly kind to anyone, including Ashton Kutcher (right), on his former show ‘Two And A Half Men’. – EPA
The sacked lead actor of Two And A Half Men warns his successor on the hit TV series that he’ll put him on a ‘hospital food diet for a year’.
SORRY, fans, apparently the Two And A Half Men Charlie Sheen and Ashton Kutcher truce on Thursday morning was (super) short-lived.
Following a Twitter apology for his recent disses, Sheen fired back at his CBS comedy replacement Kutcher a mere two hours later on the social media site.
Sheen previously extended an olive branch to Kutcher – who addressed the beef on Wednesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live – in 140 characters: “Ashton message received. so sorry u sounded like me! well done! my bad I was pissed at other crap & took it out on you. hope u r good xox c,” Sheen wrote.
Two hours later, he added: “but news flash Dood, you ever tell me to shut the F*** up, EVER again, and I’ll put you on a hospital food diet for a year. c #YaFeelMe Jr?”
Here’s the backstory: Following his highly publicised exit from the Chuck Lorre sitcom, Sheen has not been particularly kind to anyone on his former show – except for Jon Cryer, most of the time. His latest and largest target has been Kutcher, the man who took over the lead spot on the long-running multi-cam show.
Kutcher finally had enough, and addressed Sheen on Kimmel’s show on Wednesday night. Looking directly into the camera, Kutcher offered the following advice to his predecessor: “Shut the f*** up.” He added: “Seriously. Like, enough already. It’s like three years later and you’re still blowing me up on Twitter. C’mon, dude. Really?”
That plea seemed to work, for a few hours at least. – Reuters
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