Charlie Sheen posted on Twitter last night that since so many Celebrities are dying, he had a suggestion for who should be next to die. Of course, his tweet is being criticized, but Sheen isn't backing down. He said his prayer was to God and not to the thousands of people who thought his tweet was outrageous.

Who Sheen wants to die next

A lot of celebrities died in 2016. Quite a few have died in recent weeks. For instance, "Star Wars" actress Carrie Fisher died on Tuesday, December 27, at the age of 60, and her Hollywood icon mother, Debbie Reynolds, died one day later at the age of 84.

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Musician George Michael died of a heart attack last week at the age of 53. Alan Thicke died of a heart attack a few weeks ago. So, Sheen is petitioning God to let President-elect Donald Trump be the next celebrity to die. In fact, six times he begged God to let Trump die. The tweet has gone viral, receiving more than 57,000 likes. Sheen is facing a lot of criticism on Twitter. Even his former TV mom, Holland Taylor, responded with just one word, "Charles!!!"

Sheen defends his post

Instead of posting condolences to the families of celebrities who have died recently, Sheen wrote a prayer to God to let the next celebrity death be none other than President-elect Donald Trump.

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The 51-year-old actor took to Twitter again to criticize the media for reporting on his tweet. He did not delete his post or apologize for his death wish. His new tweet was liked 73,630 times, retweeted 39,012 times, and ended up with more than 14,000 comments. Some of the comments were from people who told Sheen that he was out of line for wishing death on anyone.

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Even though there are negative comments about Sheen's posts, he has not deleted either one.

Trump has not responded to Sheen's tweets. He is set to be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on January 20, 2017. As someone who is on Twitter a lot, do you think Donald Trump will eventually respond to the outspoken actor's request for God to let him be the next celebrity to die?

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