@charliesheen Somebody got a thesaurus for Christmas!
— Da Commish (@FightingPilots) December 29, 2016
congrats on knowing how to use a thesaurus bruh https://t.co/9X6fsh0Xze
— Shoshana Weissmann (@senatorshoshana) December 29, 2016
Last night, Charlie Sheen tweeted out his celebrity death wish for Donald Trump. He earned plenty of pushback for that, but today, he decided to clarify some things:
— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) December 29, 2016
Oh. Well. In that case …
@charliesheen Bullshit response twit…why did it take you so long to make up a response?
— martin ratcliff (@mratcliff57) December 29, 2016
Nice try, Charlie, but no.
@charliesheen Charlie. You need to relax and stop hoping for people's death doesn't matter how much you hate them.
— Sushmit Nath (@sushmitnath) December 29, 2016
@charliesheen no amount of superfluously long words change the fact that you wished death on the future President of the United States.
— Crystal Morse (@cmorse1101) December 29, 2016
@charliesheen Yes, of course, that is why you posted it on Twitter where you knew noOne would see it.
— Danny B Daniels (@DannyBDaniels) December 29, 2016
@charliesheen Then why'd you put it on twitter? If you're "talking to God." God isn't going to kill someone for you evil man.
— LATINA FOR TRUMP (@childoflight4) December 29, 2016
@charliesheen Wasn't aware posting on your public feed was the same as talking to god direct. DM him next time.
— Greg Carvlin (@gcarvlin) December 29, 2016
@charliesheen Conversations with God are typically done in private. Not on social media. Just saying.
— Kendra Purtell (@kpibee) December 29, 2016
@charliesheen you need help. Get it.
— Francis (@IamFran13) December 29, 2016