Charlie Sheen Calls Days of Our Lives Producers "Pig Phukkers" For "Firing" Chandler Massey



Anger Management star Charlie Sheen had some choice words on Twitter for Days of Our Lives producer. The ultimate "winner" alleged the show had fired the extremely popular Chandler Massey, then proceeded to rip the NBC sudser to shreds. We'll let Sheen's tweet speak for itself.

This isn't the first time Sheen has tweeted about The Talented Mr. Massey. In June the A-list star tweeted a photo of the two with Massey's second Daytime Emmy. Check out that tweet after the jump!


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Sometimes you just read a tweet with your mouth wide open while shaking your head.

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The producers got mad cause the boy wanted to pursue other opportunities. What a shame to fire that boy. Evidently, Charlie telling the truth. You can see that cause it looks like he is really close to Chandler and Chandler wouldn't lie about being fired. When he said he was going to leave on his own terms.

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Oh please.......

The producers have known he was leaving for at least six months now.

Anti-depressants are the only things Charlie Sheen is close to these days.

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Not a real ringing endorsement for Chandler.

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Literally everything I've heard and read about this indicates that Massey is leaving of his own volition. Sheen is a nutjob but he's not dumb--where did he get the idea that Massey was fired? Very fishy.

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Chandler Massey was a real find; break a leg sweet boy!

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I just looked on Charlie Sheen'so twitter and it looks like he deleted that tweet.

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The only thing I can think of, besides Charlie Sheen being completely out of it, is that perhaps it wasn't Chandler's decision to leave his contract early. It kind of sounds as though the producers stumbled across a good recast and wanted to sign him while he was available. So, in that respect, CM could have been pushed out a little early...and Charlie interpreted that as being fired.

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Lol, firstly, he's a washed up drunk, second of all, I don't think he really even knows what's happening with Chandler at all.

And if the producers did happen to find a good replacement for CM and asked him to leave beforehand, it's really not a problem. I mean, if CM had already told them he would be leaving, I don't blame the show for using the opportunity. They have to do whatever they can to recast such a pivotal role.

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Chandler's own words:

"I’m done. It’s bittersweet. These four years have been so amazing I’ve built a family here. I’m so grateful to NBC and everyone for these amazing four years. It’s been my privilege and honor to work there.

"I’m appreciative for Days and NBC for letting me out of my contract early so I can go and pursue these opportunities that I have not been able to pursue before. ...I think it’s a good move (to recast). I’m biased because I fell in love with Will and Sonny and I want Will and Sonny to be together."

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100% Agree with you! Sheen needs to shut the hell up! Chandler had planned to leave the show.

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Apparently, Charlie's take was not a "WINNING" one. we need to break out The Manual Buzzer for Mr. Sheen...then the Warlock can get back to wooing his "goddesses".

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I will miss Chandler more than I can say he was just iconic in this role. I just loved him. I think he is leaving on his own, Mr Sheen needs a vodka tonic to calm down.

The person Days needs to fire is that Ann Milbauer pube-head! I loved JJ told her off Friday! I LOVE JJ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Charlie thinks he taught Chandler all he knows. Get over yourself loser

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CM is young and probably knows he needs to hit primetime and the movies now versus ten years later or lose out to the next round of young male actors.

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Charlie does know that Chandler resigned, right?

His support doesn't redound to Chandler's glory much.

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uh, he wasn't fired.

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ckg927 wrote:
Apparently, Charlie's take was not a "WINNING" one. we need to break out The Manual Buzzer for Mr. Sheen...then the Warlock can get back to wooing his "goddesses".

He calls them "Angels" now. (Get it? Charlie's Angels?) Seriously. He's a clever one, that one.

He gives men a bad name, but then, he has no shortage of angels or goddesses or whatever to give women a bad name, so I guess it's a wash.

Seriously. They should all wash!

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Chandler just run the other way and quickly! I am not sure what Charlie is up to but it can't be good.

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I will say this. Charlie Sheen is a loon, but within that lunacy, he is often a hard truth teller.

Maybe one could consider the possibility that Chandler was fired, but made an agreement to say that he was leaving on his own? It's a common corporate practice, especially for high profile people. If the board wants a CEO or someone gone, they will type up the notice for them and ask them to sign. I also think about Star Jones. Her contract was not renewed (essentially fired), and she was told how to make the announcement. She shared the information on her own terms and the crap hit the fan.

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She wasn't "told" how to make the announcement. She was given the CHOICE to leave with dignity (the way Joy did a few weeks ago), and she chose not to do that.

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If one of the reasons he was leaving was to go to school, this lets him start a semester early. They're also probably timing the storyline based on his leaving and the recast.

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TV Gord wrote:
She wasn't "told" how to make the announcement. She was given the CHOICE to leave with dignity (the way Joy did a few weeks ago), and she chose not to do that.

Joy seemed to be in agreement with the decision to leave. In Joy's case, I fully believe that Joy actually wanted to go. With Star, I don't think she wanted to go. So why does dignity equate to lying to her fanbase about what happened? Why doesn't dignity mean being sharing her truth?

Personally, I don't think that Star will ever recover from that within that industry. However, sometime being true to oneself sometimes requires sacrifice.

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thecourt99 wrote:
Joy seemed to be in agreement with the decision to leave.

Yes, it seems that way, precisely because she decided to go with dignity (just as Regis did, even though he has said in interviews since that it was not his choice to leave).

thecourt99 wrote:
So why does dignity equate to lying to her fanbase about what happened? Why doesn't dignity mean being sharing her truth?

It depends on whether you mean HER truth or THE truth. THE truth would be that audience research showed that she alienated much of the audience by "pimping out" her wedding and came within a millimeter of violating network policy about accepting gifts from advertisers. If she wanted to tell THAT truth, she would have made headlines just as big, but she didn't tell that truth. She told her truth, and that hasn't exactly worked out for her.

It happens to all broadcasters who overstay their welcome, from Johnny Carson all the way down to Star. The bosses show them the door, and it's up to them whether they leave with dignity. Jay Leno didn't, though he seems to be trying to this time. He is getting a rare do-over now. (We'll see if he gets it right this time.) I wonder if Star would change anything if she had it to do over again.

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TV Gord][quote=thecourt99 wrote:
.. I wonder if Star would change anything if she had it to do over again.

I doubt it.

Dignity isn't like a Chia pet. You don't just suddenly grow it.