Charlie Sheen Silent About Ashton Kutcher Replacing Him on 'Two and a Half Men'

Charlie Sheen

The actor has yet to respond publicly about Kutcher's casting, as first reported by The Hollywood Reporter.

Charlie Sheen has yet to weigh in on the news broken by The Hollywood Reporter that Ashton Kutcher is replacing him on the CBS comedy Two and a Half Men.

Kutcher all but confirmed the news with the tweet: "What's the square root of 6.25?" (The answer is 2 1/2.)

And hordes of Men fans took to Twitter to give their thoughts about the casting.

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But Sheen has yet to tweet about the news. In fact, since the news broke, he's sent only one message for what appears to be a sponsored tweet promoting the new iPhone app Viddy.

"GNARLY!! Check out this new app Viddy! #Viddy is #Winning Pls RT," he wrote earlier Thursday night.

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For his part, Kutcher remained relatively silent amid all the Sheen hoopla that took place after he was fired from Men in early March.

His only Sheen-related tweet was this from March 5, two days before Sheen was fired: "'I fixed it with my brain'- @charliesheen"