With 7.7 million followers in disappointment, controversial sitcom star Charlie Sheen deactivated his Twitter account, The Celebrity Café reports.
Sheen opened up his account in March 2011 and has used it as a public platform to vent out his frustrations. With his consistent bashing of former bosses, Sheen was let go from his previous sitcom, Two and a Half Men.
Following the footsteps of another hot tempered celeb, Alec Baldwin, who recently deleted his Twitter account, Sheen posted his last tweet which read, “Reach for the stars everyone. Dogspeed cadre. C out.”
He never disclosed a reason for deleting his account, but no one knows for sure if this is a permanent or temporary thing.
According to Christian Post, Sheen said: “Thank you all for your amazing support. Trust me when I say please ‘follow’ me to my next endeavor. It’s gonna be epic”.
Charlie is currently busy working on his latest sitcom, Anger Management.