Charlie Sheen is hoping that God takes Donald Trump next, the actor tweeted Wednesday night.

Sheen caused some controversy on Twitter Wednesday by tweeting his wishes that Trump be taken "next." The tweet also included a middle finger emoji, as you can see below:

Sheen is clearly referencing the horrible trend of major Hollywood stars dying over the past few weeks, and on a larger scale, the past year. Following the deaths of George Michael, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds this week alone, the Two and a Half Men star is hoping America's next president will be next on the list.

The actor received support for his tweet, in addition to his fair share of backlash, with a few admonishing the actor for wishing death upon Trump. Holland Taylor, who played his mother on Two and a Half Men, tweeted "Charles!!!" in response to the tweet.

Sheen has now posted a screenshot of a note he wrote in response to the backlash, directed at both the media and his critics:

"The media's reaction to last night's tweet, is inanely emblematic of the panoramic timorousness, draped vastly and wantonly, across any and all expressions of hope or joy, that we now dare to publish or impart," he wrote. "Oh, and by the way, I was talking to God, not you."

Outside of this new response, Sheen hasn't argued with anyone publicly about his initial tweet.

Much of Hollywood has voiced their concerns about Trump over the past year, but especially now that he has become President-elect. Trump, who has said his fair share of controversial and antiquated opinions, has also been surrounding himself with various strict conservatives, who will now be filling his cabinet.