Shia LaBeouf Blames 'White Privilege' for His Arrest and Racist Rants

14 Marcha, 2018, 04:13 | Author: Gregg Anderson
  • Shia LaBeouf Blames 'White Privilege' for His Arrest and Racist Rants

Mr. LaBeouf later apologized for his behavior, but opened up about the arrest Tuesday to Esquire magazine. In an effort to get ahead of the story, he brought it up before Sullivan had the chance. "Take everything you want.' And he did", he told the magazine.

While that part of the profile makes sense of Hip-Hop audiences and fans of West, the profile takes some seriously dark turns as LaBeouf recounts his struggles with alcohol, that racist rant he went on, witnessing the rape of his mother, and what he calls PTSD over what he's endured over the years.

The #TAKEMEANYWHERE director hit a new low on July 8 when he repeatedly called Chatham County police officers 'b****' and 'w****' during his sixth arrest (for obstruction, disorderly conduct, and public drunkenness) in Savannah.

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. One was a police officer.

Still, LaBeouf says he's since reached out to the fellow controversial star.

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"What went on in Georgia was mortifying", LaBeouf says, reflecting on the incident. White privilege and desperation and disaster ... "It came from a place of self-centered delusion", he told Esquire. Zachary Gottsagen, the lead actor in the film, was disappointed in LaBeouf for getting arrested while the movie was being made and potentially ruining the actor's shot.

"I f-- up", he added. Spike Lee is making a movie.

"Around the same time, I took my mother to his concert", LaBeouf said. "And then you realise you can't have this art thing without the life thing".

Apparently Brolin gave a stronger performance than LaBeouf in the scene from the 2010 "Wall Street" sequel, and as a result, the young LaBeouf overcompensated, learning a valuable lesson which has guided his career choice of "chasing sincerity" ever since.

LaBeouf, who has a history of legal trouble, subsequently issued a public apology, insisting he was "deeply ashamed" of his behaviour, which served as motivation for him to work on his sobriety. "I'm just trying to deal with my life right now, 'cause I don't have f**k-all to offer the world until I do".

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