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*.