Brad Paisley has a few ideas of what should become of recently killed Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. The active tweeter posted two thoughts on the topic, and indicated the dictator would not be in his thoughts and prayers moving forward.

"I hope they find a suitable piece of ground to bury Gadhafi, so he can finally do some good in this fertilization," Paisley tweeted Friday morning. That came just hours after he joked, "Probably won't be putting Gadhafi's photo in the "When I get Where I'm Going" live video content this tour. Just sayin'."

Gadhafi was killed on Thursday, Oct. 20, after a long battle with rebels.

Paisley's tour with Scotty McCreery and the Band Perry begins in January, and the superstar is known to include recently deceased celebrities in a montage during the duet with Dolly Parton. On Wednesday, he announced almost two months worth of dates for the Camabunga! Tour. So far, 20 dates have been announced.