UNDATED (CNN) -- The star of a hit comedy is slamming his own show, telling viewers not to watch and his message is no joke. Plus, what prompted Chris Brown to take yet another break from Twitter.
The youngest star of "Two and A Half Men" is calling the show "filth" and telling viewers not to watch it! Videos of Angus T. Jones surfaced on the religious website forerunnerchronicles.com, in which the actor talks about how he found religion and why his new lifestyle doesn't jibe with the hit CBS show'. He says, "Jake, 'Two and a Half Men' means nothing. He is not a decent character. If you watch 'Two and a Half Men,' please stop watching 'Two and a Half Men'. I'm on "Two and a Half Men" and I don't want to be there."
A rep for "Two and a Half Men" is not commenting on the videos.
A cyberspace war of words prompts Chris Brown to delete his Twitter account again. The singer engaged in a back-and-forth battle of the tweets with comedian Jenny Johnson over the weekend.
The expletive-filled spat included comments about brown's 2009 assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna. It all ended when brown deleted his account. Something he's done before in the midst of Twitter controversies.
A former first daughter could be coming to a coffee table near you. Jenna Bush Hager is now an editor-at-large for Southern Living.
Bush Hager grew up in Texas before moving into the White House with her family. She's already a best-selling author and a contributor to NBC's Today Show.