Charlie Sheen to Chuck Lorre: ‘Suck My Butt’

No, the ousted “Two and a Half Men” star isn’t finished venting about his former boss

Last Updated: January 25, 2017 @ 2:10 PM

Six years after his ouster from “Two and a Half Men,” Charlie Sheen isn’t ready to bury the hatchet with series producer Chuck Lorre.

Sheen, who was dropped from the CBS sitcom in 2011 after a string of bizarre behavior, appeared on KIIS 106.5’s “Kyle & Jackie O” show on Wednesday, offering a few choice words for his former boss.

Specifically, Sheen suggested that Lorre should “suck my butt.”

“The most ridiculous impostor this side of La Brea is Chuck Lorre, and I hope you’re listening,” the actor vented on the radio program, referring to Lorre as “the most talentless f—ing sack of sh– of f—ing stupid this side of La Brea.”

The actor also credited himself with generating piles of cash while on the series, declaring, “Keep in mind, I made four billion for that studio and got fired. If I’d made five they’d have killed me!”

Sheen starred opposite Jon Cryer for years on the CBS sitcom before feuding publicly with showrunner Chuck Lorre and parting ways with the series in 2011.

He was replaced by “That ’70s Show” alum Ashton Kutcher.

At the end of the series’ 2015 finale, Lorre got the last laugh on the actor by having a Sheen lookalike crushed by a piano.

Sheen wasn’t terribly amused by the gag.

“To go to that low, to be that immature, that completely un-evolved and that stupid. In my face, really?” he told TMZ at the time. “You must feel safe, motherfucker. You must feel safe where you live.”