5 Stars Comment on Shia LaBeouf’s Weird Behavior
Shia LeBeouf has been acting – shall we say wacky – recently. The actor first plagiarized an apology after reportedly plagiarizing a story. He again said sorry to the author with a special sky writing which he dropped thousands on. It’s all “performance art” he said. He then showed up to a film premiere wearing a paper bag over his head which featured ‘I am not famous anymore’ written on it. He also launched an impromptu art exhibition which a lot of people tried to go and see (including Jaden Smith). Yep, Shia’s being weird. Here is what 5 celebrities have to say about the actor and his strange behavior as of late.
Jaden wants to show his support for Shia and tried to see his art show: “I waited in line today on Beverly Blvd to see (Shia LaBeouf) I never got see him but I had a very important message to deliver… It was a message that only could be understood artist to artist… I’m here for you I believe in what your (you are) doing… I’m here if you need a fellow insane person to talk to. But I’m seriously here not like one of those ‘I’m here for you’s’ that everybody says.”
John believes the pressure of fame has become to much for the actor: “Re: Shia. Being young and very talented/successful is like dropping in to the top of Mount Everest via helicopter. There are moments in life where you need to feel quantum shift, movement. And if where you already are is considered the top.. the dumb people disintegrate, and the smart people investigate. That investigation is never comfortable. Or all that pretty.”
Uma doesn’t understand his paper bag stunt but wishes she could do it herself: “I don’t know how to interpret the paper bag. Maybe I’m jealous. There are many times when I wish I could have put a paper bag over my head. It could be a new trend… it’s the paper burka!”
Seth poked fun at Shia’s antics: “This is by far the most I’ve ever been entertained by Shia LaBeouf.”
James understands where Shia’s behavior may be coming from: “For Mr. LaBeouf’s sake I hope it is nothing serious. Though the wisdom of some of his actions may seem questionable, as an actor and artist I’m inclined to take an empathetic view of his conduct. Because film actors typically experience fame in greater measure, our personas can feel at the mercy of forces far beyond our control.”