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Shia LaBeouf Offered His Clothes to Kanye West, Who Took Them All

Shia LaBeouf Offered His Clothes to Kanye West, Who Took Them All

Shia LaBeouf disappeared from the scene last summer after he was arrested in Georgia and aggressively lashed out at the cops around him.

He was charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness (though the final charge was later dropped), and ordered to pay fines, complete hours of community service, enroll in anger management courses, attend ten weeks of rehab and spend a year on probation. White privilege and desperation and disaster ... "My public outbursts are failures. They're not strategic. They're a struggling motherf**ker showing his a** in front of the world".

"My dad handed me a lot, and his legacy was an emotional one", he says. Video of his exchange with officers hit the web and revealed LaBeouf spouting comments like, "You're going to hell, straight to hell".

The actor said he was chatting with Kim Kardashian's husband over creative collaborations when Kanye asked if he could have some of his clothes for a pop-up store. "Call him." It is unclear what West is referring to, though West did have a feud with his one-time protege, Kid Cudi.




Among the topics on his arrest, and the happenings while filming The Peanut Butter Falcon, Shia talks about Kanye West and how the rapper grabbed his Yeezy inspiration from him. When I brought her backstage, he was a f**king sweetheart to her. "Around the same time, I took my mother to his concert", LaBeouf said, presumably talking about the Saint Pablo tour.

However, LaBeouf says the only way he can improve himself is to confront his own behaviour and try to learn from it.

"I f**king love Kanye West", he notes. And it just felt fair. "He took all my fucking clothes", LaBeouf said, adding that he hasn't really been in contact with West since he mentioned him onstage in Sacramento in 2016. It's the same feeling of "You need to avenge your mother" he says contributed to his first arrest when he went after a man who "bumped into my mother's auto with his vehicle in a parking lot". Take everything you want.' And he did.


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