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Charlie Sheen Posts Song Parody On Twitter Ridiculing ‘Two And A Half Men’

Charlie Sheen Twitter Two Half Men

Jan. 8 2015, Updated 11:38 a.m. ET

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Is Charlie Sheen back on the “tiger blood” to kick off 2015?

After a furious rant at Kim Kardashian earlier this week, the actor turned his anger toward his former show Two and a Half Men, taking to Twitter to jab at the show with a song parody remaking its iconic theme.

Sheen wrote: “men men men men - men me suck, gotta suk me more men before they suk me more men …”

The actor, who was once TV’s highest-paid actor working on the show, then linked to the Twitter extension TwitLonger, but there was no text in it.

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There was no outward prompt for Sheen’s outburst, though he might be in a foul mood these days with the cancellation of his Anger Management series last month after 100 episodes; or a possible snub from CBS officials, as he’s been outspoken about his desire for one last cameo on the show before it wraps up this year.

Don’t forget, RadarOnline.com was at the forefront of Sheen’s famous 2011 parting with the CBS franchise amid a fiery feud with creator Chuck Lorre, a whirlwind timeframe that included Sheen passing a drug test for the outlet after the network halted production of the series, citing Sheen’s “conduct and condition.”

He said at the time, “These a**holes claim they know this and we are going to prove them wrong.”

Sheen’s memorable series of exchanges with RadarOnline.com also produced a number of offbeat phrases, such as “Winning,” “Tiger Blood” and “Vatican Assassin” that zoomed to the forefront of pop culture as the country witnessed a celebrity meltdown of unseen proportions.

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