Shia LaBeouf Apologizes for Existing, Is Holding An Art Show So People Can Torture Him. Or Something.
The Beef rollercoaster just keeps on climbing. He plagiarized about Daniel Clowes, then skywrote about it, then claimed not to be a celebrity and wore a paper bag on his head to the Nymphomaniac, Part I premiere. And now he’s apologizing for all that, like we denizens of the Internet aren’t eagerly eating up his whacktastictude with a spoon, waiting with baited breath for the next time he’ll do something crazyfunny for us to go on about for a day or two. If he were genuinely sorry, he’d stop providing for us. Oh my god, I think I’ve cracked the code.
This time he’s collaborating with “meta-modernist pioneer” Luke Turner and performance artist Nastja Säde Rönkkö for #IAMSORRY, an experimental art exhibit in Los Angeles that invites its attendees to prod at LaBeouf with sticks. No really, that’s what it sounds like. Via the press release (emphasis mine):
Shia LaBeouf is sorry. Sincerely sorry.
He will be in situ at 7354 Beverly Boulevard for the duration.
Implements will be provided.
Well, that sounds… fun? I guess? Tell me the “implements” include a DVD player and a copy of Transformers: Dark of the Moon. This takes place on February 11-16th from 11am-6pm PST, meaning *quick calculation for time zones* it started an hour ago. Los Angelenos, get to Beverly Boulevard and tell us what the hell’s going on, eh?
Rebecca isn’t actually that violent a person *eyedart*.