Shia LaBeouf Can’t Stop, Needs to Stop


Shia LaBeouf is all sorts of a mess these days. Remember a few weeks back when he less-than-royally f***ed up? Well, Jim Carrey, being as out of touch as the actor is, reached for topicality during his presentation at the Golden Globes this past Sunday. Transcription: “Dying is easy. Comedy is hard… I believe it was Shia LaBeouf who said that. So young, so wise.” Carrey, late to the game (not the first time; not the last time), was quoting the last words of 19th century actor Edmund Kean in an attempt to poke fun at LaBeouf’s recent forays in plaigirism and general making-an-ass-of-oneself.

In response, LaBeouf released himself from the bowels of his career retirement (“In light of the recent attacks against my artistic integrity, I am retiring from all public life”) to make a low-blow (or by LaBeouf standards, a blow) at Carrey.

It started simply:

Then E! Online got involved (*growl*):

LaBeouf fired back, retirement be damned:


Then back-pedaled:


Then self-destructed:

Image courtesy of The Guardian.