Charlie Sheen just can’t help himself.
Sheen made a cosmic death wish about Donald Trump while reflecting on the tragic passing of Carrie Fisher and her mom, Debbie Reynolds. Sheen prayed on Twitter: “Dear God; Trump next, please!”
Not surprisingly, the former “Two and a Half Men” star was blasted by furious Twitter users, who were disgusted that anyone would pray for someone’s death.
Bad karma, dude. What if you cause it to be your dad next or something? Never wish shit like this on people.
— Trump Sided With the Swamp Against Assange (@8675309eieine) December 29, 2016
Several Twitter users warned Sheen that karma has a way of biting back, so he should be careful what he wishes for since it could boomerang back to him.
Wishing someone's death is bad karma. What comes around……..
— JoeStu (@jlooksky) December 29, 2016
Others reminded Sheen of some harsh reality.
he's HIV+. He'll be first. Karma sucks dude. Trump is like his hair. Strong and will live forever. 😊
— JONIE 🇺🇸🐸 (@Crazyheiffer) December 29, 2016
— Gabrielle Crofts (@BpCrofts) December 29, 2016
@charliesheen Imagine the outrage if someone tweeted “Obama next, please!”
— samechick ? (@just2groovy) December 29, 2016
@charliesheen no matter how bad life gets, I never actively root for someone to die. That is a truly evil soul.
— Nick Paredes (@npthree) December 29, 2016
Even anchor Jake Tapper, of the Hillary Clinton-friendly CNN, thought Sheen was out of line.
Charlie Sheen’s antipathy for Donald Trump is no secret. In February 2016, Sheen slammed Trump in a bizarre tweet using the hashtag #AnyoneButTrump.
It was a complete turnaround from a few months earlier, when Charlie gushed that he’d be “honored” to be Trump’s vice presidential running mate.
they took ur comment
out of context!
If Trump will hv me
I'd be his VP
in a heartbeat!
— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) August 27, 2015
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