Remember Charlie Sheen? Of course, you do!
How could anyone ever forget "Two and a Half Men?" Ah, the good ole days. Sadly, we probably all remember the 51-year-old actor for the downward spiral of his acting career from 2011 to 2015.
That's all thanks to a slew of domestic violence disputes, reports of substance abuse and the fact he's paid a number of extortionists nearly $10 million to keep his HIV positive status a big secret.
Charlie, Charlie -- tsk, tsk.
In 2016, Charlie Sheen is making headlines for a different reason: President-elect Donald Trump.
Sheen took to Twitter on December 28 to publicly address the fact he'd like God himself to take "Trump next." Now, I don't want to put words into Charlie Sheen's mouth or anything, but I think we all know what he's getting at here.
Following the recent passing of numerous Hollywood stars (may they rest in peace), Sheen is seemingly hinting that God should work his magic on the 70-year-old real estate mogul and reality TV star.
As DJT would say, that's SO...
And just when we all thought Charlie had hit an all-time low just last year, he stuns us yet again.
Here's Charlie Sheen's tweet addressed to God asking to take "Trump next." He even used his manners and said "please."
As expected, the viral tweet garnered a bunch of different reactions.
Some were mad while some found Charlie Sheen's wishful tweet about Trump to be quite humorous.
Some people even flat-out agreed with Sheen.
Others thought it was foul.
Even Sheen's former TV mom Holland Taylor, who played Evelyn Harper on "Two and a Half Men," responded to Sheen's tweet.
Finally, Charlie Sheen took to Twitter to respond to the tremendous amount of both backlash and praise he received from the tweet.
So, I have to wonder... What does the president-elect think about Charlie's (very public) conversation with God? We'll just have to wait and see if he responds. He should probably think about doing that soon, though.
We don't want Charlie waltzing right into the oval office himself...
He's certainly proved himself to be crazy enough. I wouldn't put it past him.