Charlie Sheen Leaves Twitter

“Reach for the stars everyone. dogspeed cadre. c out.”
And that’s it.

Charlie Sheen left Twitter leaving nearly his 8 million followers, reported the Los Angeles Times.
The small message which came with a posted photo on Twitpic happened to be the front window of an airplane and on the dash board a supposed Tabasco sauce bottle.

The front page of Charlie Sheen’s official Twitter account @charliesheen displayed “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!”

The Two and a Half Men star and most recently busy with his new venture comedy series Anger Management quit Twitter because he felt he not getting much out of this microblogging social networking site, said TMZ.

Charlie Sheen 46, joined Twitter in March 2011 the same time when he lost his lead role in Two and a Half Men sitcom and almost had a million followers on his the first day on Twitter, said The Los Angeles Times.
TMZ reported, Charlie thanked his all of his fan for their support and asked them to “follow” him to his next endeavor.
“It’s gonna be epic,” he said.

Charlie’s quitting Twitter may come as his new comedy Anger Management series ratings fell sharply.
Last week, the series Thursday’s episode on FX Network in the US fell to 2.4 million from 3.4 million viewers, reported The Hollywood Reporter.

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