Three years have passed since Charlie Sheen was very publicly let go from “Two and a Half Men,” during which time he’s ended up with a new show on FX, “Anger Management.” That doesn’t mean he’s not a bit sore about being replaced by Ashton Kutcher on the CBS series, though.
During an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Kutcher took a moment to address Sheen. “Can I make a public plea right now with Charlie? Dude, shut the f*** up!” Kutcher says into the camera. “Seriously, enough already. It’s like three years later and you’re still, like, blowing me up on Twitter? Come on dude, really?”
Kutcher wasn’t completely serious in his demand, but Sheen played along in his Twitter response.

That was only Charlie’s first response, though. Two hours later he had a bit more to say to Kutcher, and things took a disastrous turn.

That’s right, he threatened to put Kutcher in the hospital. This has “Celebrity Boxing” written all over it. Winner’s show gets the half man!
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