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Shia LaBeouf Ripped by Fellow Stars Following His Skywriting Apology

January 03, 2014 03:44:18 GMT

Actors Seth Rogen and Patton Oswalt as well as 'Saturday Night Live' writer Chris Kelly trash the 'Charlie Countryman' star as they weigh in on his plagiarism scandal.


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Shia LaBeouf's skywriting apology has drawn reactions from fellow celebrities. Seth Rogen, Patton Oswalt and Chris Kelly now make fun of the "Nymphomaniac" actor in response to his skywriting apology to Daniel Clowes following his plagiarism scandal.

"The Green Hornet" star Rogen tweeted, "This is by far the most I've ever been entertained by Shia LaBeouf." "Saturday Night Live" writer Kelly mockingly wrote, "Gotta give Shia LaBeouf credit. This is great advertising for...the 10th Anniversary of 'Holes' on Blu-Ray?"

"Young Adult" actor Oswalt also ripped the former Disney star in a post, "Dear Shia LaBeouf (@thecampaignbook): If you're gonna be that dumb, delusional AND boring when you speak, just go ahead and plagiarize." He added, "@thecampaignbook Your words: 'I never profited off anyone's back.' Except when you defrauded investors."

Oswalt apparently reminded LaBeouf of his claim that he made hundreds of dollars in profits off his initial investment of $20,000 during his training at John Thomas Financial to prepare for his role in 2010's "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps".

It's a response to LaBeouf's new interview with Bleeding Cool, in which the actor seemed trying to justify his actions, "In the 21st century there is NO personal language. Just personal selection of language. We are products of editing. Not authorship."

"Authorship is censorship. Should God sue me if I paint a river?" he added. "The word law is against my principles. THE FIRST LAWS ON AUTHORSHIP WERE USED TO CENSOR & PERSECUTE THE WRITERS WHO DARED PUBLISH RADICAL IDEAS. Simple - should creation have to check with a lawyer?"

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