Wow, listen to Shia LaBeouf sound stupider than fucking Snooki on salvia.
Oh my fucking god, we deserve to have Arabs flying planes into our buildings.
Here’s the context: He’s doing publicity rounds for his new movie Wall Street 2, starring Michael Douglas. So in this one interview, the reporter starts asking him about Michael Douglas’s health (if you don’t know, Douglas is battling stage IV throat cancer). That’s when Shia Labeouf turns on his tough guy mobster “respecto” persona just to show how much fuckin’ respect he pays to his venerable Hollywood mentor.
Duh duh duh, I pay my dues yaknow, I’m a tough guy, take a soda joey, anything ya like.
The problem is, while he’s acting all stand-up-goy, he shows himself to be a common gen-Y dumbfuck who even Paris Hilton laughs at:
INTERVIEWER: How does he (Douglas) seem to be doing right now?
SHEINSTEIN: He’s the ep-it-tome of strength. He’s a wolf.
a. How can he not know that fucking word?
b. He has to be reading this off of a card, right? But why exactly? I guess his publicist wanted to prepare a statement on Michael Douglas’s health. Fair enough I guess, if the kid is a total fucking idiot — but you mean to tell me that the publicist explicitly needed Shia LaBeouf to say that Douglas was “the epitome of strength?” And he can’t read the line??? AHHHHAHAHAHAHA, god, what a douche.
c. I can understand the interviewer not laughing in his face, but how could NO one in the media have mentioned this? It’s just as stupid as anything Snooki has said and there’s NO comment anywhere in the press, like some Emperor’s New Clothes shit.
I guess it ain’t worth it to ’em. No one wants to be caught sullying throat-cancer-ridden Michael Douglas, even by association. Fuckin’ Jew media.
d. Watch to the rest of the interview, with Shia LaBeouf walking around like a big-dicked Entourage-livin’ Jersey fuckin’ tough guy. All that attitude and the little faggot can’t even read.
Joke’s on me: You know what he CAN pronounce? “Cash,” “coke” and “pussy.”
Little fuckin’ prick — god DAMN I wish I was him.