Charlie Sheen Signing Off Twitter for Good

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Charlie Sheen Signing Off Twitter for Good
When it comes to tweeting out to millions of followers, Charlie Sheen is over it.

Despite hanging on to his Twitter handle through last night’s airing of his new show “Anger Management,” the actor is reportedly quitting Twitter altogether. The social media site just isn’t doing it for him anymore.

As of writing this, Charlie Sheen’s account is still up, but according to TMZ its days are numbered.

Despite what he’s putting into it, the source reports that Charlie isn’t getting anything out. His post from Thursday seems to signal a farewell to fans.

"Reach for the stars everyone. dogspeed cadre. c out."

Since then, Mr. Sheen has remained Twitter silent.

@charliesheen boasts a solid 7.7 million followers. In addition to retweeting his recent press, Charlie has used the social media site to promote his new show.

“Tonight's episode of Anger Management features one of my favorite little co-stars, Hannah Zeile..! Be sure to watch!!” he tweeted on Thursday night.

“Anger Management” premiered June 28th on FX.

“Thank you all for your amazing support,” Charlie told TMZ. “Trust me when I say please ‘follow’ me to my next endeavor. It’s gonna be epic.”

Next endeavor? I thought he was retired after “Anger Management.”

The development follows suit with fellow television hothead Alec Baldwin, who canceled his account earlier this month.

Balwin who ended this chapter in his Twitter history with “It’s been fun,” made good on his exit by cancelling his account.

The departure followed a final rant that the actor made with New York Daily News. Baldwin claimed that a photog from the source attacked him outside of City Hall in New York City.

If Charlie does cancel his Twitter account it would be just over a year old at the time of death. The actor created the account on March 1, 2011 coming in with a bang “Winning!” and a picture with a hot chick.

Ahh memories…
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