Shia LaBeouf Issues Apology to Taylor Swift, Talks “Nymphomaniac” Flick
He’s still trying to live down his ridiculous plagiarism snafu, and already Shia LaBeouf is back in the business of apologizing.
This time around, the “Constantine” star made the mistake of quoting the “Mean” songstress in a snarky way, bringing upon himself the wrath of Taylor Swift's fans.
LaBeouf tweeted, “I try to read as much as I can. I try to read an informative article every day to stay read up on our world issues,” on Monday (January 6).
And when he got called out for seemingly mocking Swift, Shia wrote, "I will apologize to Taylor 2mrw. Welcome to the real world!!!! Everybody wanna booooo me but I'm a fan of real pop culture. No disrespect."
This morning he followed it up- "When I woke up from the crazy nightmare I looked in the mirror & said GROW UP SHIA I take responsibility for my actions sorry @taylorswift13."
As for how he got his role in “Nymphomaniac,” Shia shared that director Lars Von Trier had his producers make a strange request. "Lars [Von Trier] goes, 'Send him the [offer] letter. The letter was, 'Are you game?' I guess the first test was, 'Let's time how long it takes this motherf--ker to send his d--k over the Internet.' It was like 20 minutes. They were like, 'All right, kid's ready.'"