Child Star From ‘Two And A Half Men’ Sad About Filthy Show, Still Happy About His Mounds Of Cash
Do you guys watch “Two And A Half Men”? Oh, stop lying. SOMEONE had to be watching it, because it had high ratings forever. It’s maybe about Charlie Sheen? Or Ashton Kutcher? There was a kid, right? Definitely a kid. A kid who turned into a whiny little bitchcake of an adult because now he thinks Jesus didn’t want him to do the show, but he was still cool with taking all that sweet sweet cash while it lasted.
So this dude that now looks like a human version of Animal the Muppet drummer used to be a cute kid, and when he was, he was one of the stars of the show, until last year when he decided to tell people NOT TO WATCH THE SHOW.
Jones was earning a reported $6 million a year when he posted a YouTube video in 2012 telling viewers to stop watching his own show because of it would fill their minds with “filth.”
He did not get to have his $6 million per year job after that! Weird, huh? But it is totally OK, because he now has a new calling, which is to tell all the other Jesus people how hard it was for him to rake in that money for so long.
Sayeth the whiny rich one:
[Jones said] he “wasn’t OK” with being “part of something that was making light of topics in our world where there are really problems for a lot of people.” Jones, now 20 and a student at the University of Colorado in Boulder, talked to Houston TV station KHOU over the weekend; he was in town to speak at the World Harvest Outreach, a Seventh-Day Adventist congregation, the station said. “I really want to come into the light because I know that is where the healing is and I’ve seen God do amazing things,” Jones said.
Hey kiddo! Guess what else can do amazing things? The ENORMOUS PILES OF CASH you have. If you made $6 million a year for even a few years of your nearly ten-year run, kidlet, you have at least $15 million to throw around. Give it to a church! Give it to a charity! Give it to a homeless guy on the street! Burn it and say you’ve given yourself over to Jesus Christ your lord and savior! But just sitting around lounging on your pile of money while declaiming that it was oh so hard to make all that money because you felt like you were making light of the world’s problems instead of helping solve them is the biggest pile of self-indulgent bullshit ever. Bigger, even, than your crappy show.