Kutcher, Walmart Face Off on Twitter Over Canton Food Drive

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CANTON, Ohio — “Two and a Half Men” star Ashton Kutcher has gotten into a spat with Walmart on Twitter.

It was after he learned of a food drive for workers at the Canton Walmart location.

It was reported earlier this week that employees at the store were collecting amongst themselves, encouraged to place donated items in bins to help provide Thanksgiving meals to other associates in need.

Kutcher tweeted the following in reaction to the story:

Walmart tweeted back:

The following exchange ensued:


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  • shane siemund

    He should be mad at the government for signing free trade with third world nations, so all the good jobs left for there and now WalMart is a career not a high school job. WalMart is not supposed to be a career for the average worker.

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