The actor went on to thank his fans for years of support.
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“Thank you all for your interest in my acting journey. I hope you continue to find the work rewarding and entertaining to you. And I’ll see you on the street – we’ll take a selfie!” he wrote, adding a postscript, “Anything of value sent to me will be appreciatively given to charity.”
In January, the cast of "Breaking Bad" reunited on Twitter to share heartfelt tributes to the show's 10th anniversary.
Aaron Paul, who played Jesse Pinkman, took to Twitter with a sweet video in honor of the milestone.
“10 years ago today Mr. White and Jesse Pinkman decided to start cooking crystal meth.” tweeted Paul. “Thank you Vince for coming up with this crazy concept. Here’s a quick video of our journeys. Happy 10th anniversary #BreakingBad.”
Cranston, who played Walter White, later responded to Paul writing, "Yo Bitch! I stole your line, Aaron. But you can 'Say my name! Just thinking about the 6 magical years on 'BB' with our great cast and crew. I miss you all, even those Heisenberg had to kill. Vince, you're a genius and a wonderful human being. Thank you for the ride of our lives!"
He later tweeted a joke about the “coincidence” of Jan. 20, ten years after the premiere.
"The government shutdown today comes on the 10th anniversary of the premiere of 'Breaking Bad,' Jan 20, 2008," he tweeted. "Coincidence? Or could Heisenberg have something to do with it? Hmmm?"