Sheen says sorry after Kutcher plea
Charlie Sheen has apologised to Ashton Kutcher for constantly slamming him after the actor made a public plea for him to "shut up".
Ashton replaced Charlie on hit US TV show Two And A Half Men in 2011 following the star's public meltdown, and Charlie has had some negative things to say about Ashton and his performance since then, such as asking him to "quit barfing on my old brilliant show".
Ashton, 34, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this week and admitted he was getting fed up of Charlie's comments.
He issued a public plea to the actor, saying: "Dude, shut the f*** up!
"Seriously, like, enough already. It's three years later and you're still blowing me up on Twitter? Come on, dude, really?"
Charlie responded on Twitter, confessing he was sorry for the things he said.
"Ashton message received. so sorry u sounded like me! well done! my bad I was p****d at other c**p & took it out on you. hope u r good xox c," he tweeted.
But the 48-year-old later added another message, jokingly telling Ashton to be careful what he said to him in the future.
Charlie tweeted: "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?"