When Charlie Sheen was fired from his iconic role on Two And A Half Men, he took to Twitter to consistently shame Ashton Kutcher who was hired to replace Sheen's popular character.
At the time, Sheen did not hold back, but on January 25 he spoke to Kiis FM's Kyle & Jackie O show and cleared up any animosity the two shared.
After a listener called up and asked him if he is friends with Kutcher, 38, Sheen explained: "I was stupidly mean to him because I overlooked the reality... the difficulty of taking over a show. Which I did on Spin City when Michael J Fox was too sick to work."
"I should’ve been nicer," he continued. "I saw him at a baseball game back in September and I forced him into a handshake. He was cast into an uphill struggle and I was more into my own, I was more into my own ego than I was aware of his struggles and for that I am regretful."
Radio Host Jackie O then asked the actor if their encounter was very awkward, "No it was awkward," re replied. "But I made it fine, he thought I was going to catch a right cross but I just wanted to give him a hug, you know."
The 51-year-old then went on to deadpan, "Plus his smoking hot wife [Mila Kunis] was in the front row."
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