The other day, on an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel, Ashton Kutcher pled with Charlie Sheen to just drop the “Two and a Half Men” one-sided war he’s been waging against him on Twitter for the past 3 years. Sheen hasn’t stopped talking about that ever since.
First, he told Ashton to never again tell him to shut up, unless he wanted to find himself on a hospital bed eating through a straw. He concluded that message with “ya feel me junior,” which was meant to emphasize the fact that Sheen was both older and more experienced, and more dangerous than Ashton.
Apparently, Sheen is also still hung up on the way he was fired from the show, especially since Ashton was brought in as a replacement so quickly. One of his most recent tweets comes with a Sheen-type of poem and, to it, the actor attached a screengrab of a report on the series’ failing ratings.
The point he’s obviously trying to make is that, he might have been fired for being an out of control drug addict, but at least he got people to tune in.
“hey Jr. who needs to shut the [expletive] up NOW? Nice try ‘Blunder-Study.’ I’m the King u r a jester, at best-er,” Charlie writes.
Before waiting for a reply from Ashton, something else was brought to Charlie’s attention, so he came back with an apology, if you can really call it that.
“wow! AK! My bad; it’s your birthday! Happy 36 Boo-Churr! :-),” Charlie writes, including the hashtags “#JusPlayinBro” and “#WeBothWin” to make sure Ashton gets the message. Still, attached to the tweet, he includes a photo of a “Two and a Half Men” billboard with his – not Ashton’s – face on it.
Embedded below is a video of the interview that started this feud all over again. This was the first time that Ashton directly addressed Sheen’s many (many!) comments at his expense on social media. He’s probably regretting it already.