Thursday afternoon, Ashton Kutcher sent out what must be a Tweet approved by his production team, since they're the ones handling his Twitter account now!

He Tweeted the above pic with the message, "What's a picture worth?" A thousand words, of course. Or, in this case, three very important words.

On Thursday, the avid Twitter user announced that he would no longer be in control of his Twitter feed. The message came after Ashton got backlash for Tweeting his anger over the firing of Penn State coach Joe Paterno. He sent out the Tweet without knowing that Paterno was fired for allegedly not reporting child sex abuse by one of his coaches to police.

Kutcher is an advocate against child sex abuse and trafficking.

He said he was no longer capable of managing Twitter as an effective platform for communicating with his fans.