A few people on the internet think that Sia’s video for the song “Elastic Heart,” starring Shia LaBeouf and Maddie Ziegler, depicts pedophilia. Why? I don’t know. Well, I do, but it would be mean to say, so I’ll just think it. Anyway, case in point: Keep reading »
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Remember earlier this year, when Shia LaBeouf held a silent performance art show called “#IAMSORRY” in Los Angeles? It was pretty much a rip-off of Marina Abramović’s “The Artist Is Present,” in that visitors got to interact with LaBeouf in, apparently, whatever way they wanted to. And according to an email interview LaBeouf did with Dazed magazine, one visitor raped him during the performance while her boyfriend and LaBeouf’s girlfriend were waiting in line outside. Keep reading »
Day: MADE. The Gay Men’s Choir of Los Angeles has teamed up with the West L.A. Children’s Choir, Shia LaBeouf, and songwriter Rob Cantor — who you may know from the “29 Celebrity Impressions, 1 Original Song” video that went viral this summer — to create a performance simply titled “Shia LaBeouf.” The song narrates the viewer’s daring, bloody escape from “actual cannibal” Shia LaBeouf, complete with interpretive dance.
It’s better than words can express, really. You’re welcome. [Nerdist]