Shia Labeouf Says Kanye West 'Took All My Fucking Clothes'

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In an outtake from Kanye's song "No More Parties in L.A.", the rapper included the line: "I wish I dressed as fresh as Shia LaBeouf".

"Zack allowed me to be open to help when it came", he added.

The Georgia arrest was the ninth time LaBeouf has had a run-in with the law.

"I've been falling forward for a long time".

Since then, LaBeouf has left the blockbuster world far behind, and it looks like he won't be coming back, as the screenwriter of the next "Indiana Jones" film says he won't be bringing back LaBeouf's character from "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" for another round.

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The Transformers star tackled the fiery role for Borg vs. McEnroe, which chronicles the rivalry between tennis aces Bjorn Borg and McEnroe at the 1980 Wimbledon Championship in London, but LaBeouf confesses he has never been a fan of the game - and is even less so after completing the shoot.

Actor Shia Labeouf loathes tennis after portraying sporting icon John Mcenroe in a new biopic. "You come up on these stories about "Easy Rider" and "Raging Bull" and De Niro and Scorsese and Hopper, and you find value in what they do".

'I took my mother to his concert.

He and West haven't been in contact since the star called him out in an incoherent on-stage meltdown in November 2016, though LaBeouf said he has tried to reach out because he "f-king loves" West. "She is, of course, obsessed with Kanye West. Call him." LaBeouf had directed Kanye collaborator Kid Cudi in a music video and a short film a few years prior in 2011. LaBeouf obliged, especially after West "was a fucking sweetheart" to the actor's mother backstage at a concert. "He took all my f-king clothes", LaBeouf said.

Apparently, what felt fair to West was snagging the actor's full wardrobe. "Take everything you want.' And he did", LaBeouf told the magazine. In a stirring cover story profile with Esquire, the 31-year-old actor confronts his demons in a real way and reveals his curious connection to Kanye West. 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". "I don't know how you can do it without ever meeting me".

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