Angus T Jones Two and a Half Men is Filth Rant: Video

Angus T. Jones, the star of CBS's Two and a Half Men, is "cool and calm" after a viral YouTube online rant in which he called his own show "filth," reports ABC News.  

Jones made the comments during a 15-minute-long sit down with spiritual mentor, and host of the online religious show ForeRunner Chronicles, Christopher Hudson who said to be impressed with the star's testimonial about becoming a Seventh-Day Adventist — in which the actor also goes on a rant about the popular CBS sitcom.

"Jake from Two and a Half Men means nothing," he says. "He is a non-existent 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 on it," says Jones on the video. 

"Please stop watching. Please stop filling your head with filth, please. People say it's entertainment ... the fact that it's entertainment ... do some research on the effect of television on your brain and you'll have a decision to make," Jones continues. "It's bad news," he adds, shaking his head. "A lot of people don't like to think about how deceptive the enemy is."

Representatives for Jones, CBS, and Warner Bros. have yet to comment on the video. Hudson said he spoke with Jones on Monday and the actor is "doing very well." "He's maintaining very well," Hudson said. "From speaking to him, he was very cool and calm and he's doing very well."

Angus Jones' testimony (part I):


Angus Jones's testimony (Part II): 


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