The SNL alum and star of NBC's 30 Rock ripped the self-proclaimed Vatican Warlock Assassin, criticizing Sheen's antics and saying they will negatively impact Sheen's children for the rest of their lives.
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"There are things in this country that need to be given precedent instead of worrying if I drink. I'm just a comedian. I'm not Charlie Sheen. Charlie Sheen ain't funny to me," Morgan told AOL's Popeater while making the publicity rounds for his new animated film, Rio.
"I think that's a train wreck and I feel bad for his two little kids because they're the bodies being pulled out of the train wreck. What's going to happen to them? But everybody thinks it's a joke."
Morgan, a 42-year-old father of three grown-up children who has dealt with his own sobriety issues, then let Sheen have it.
"While this a--hole is going on stage making a fool of himself his kids are going to suffer and don't even know it because this is a cycle of abuse," the comedian said with typical candor.
A rep for Sheen was unavailable for comment and so far Sheen hasn't taken up the battle cry on Twitter.
Perhaps he's too busy preparing for tonight's Torpedo of Truth in Houston.