Emile Hirsch chimes in on Shia LaBeouf's latest on Twitter
So Shia LaBeouf is not famous anymore, right? Didn’t I hear that somewhere? Oh wait, now I’m being told that he’s sorry. (P.S. Seems Jerry O’Connell is too.) For what though? For wasting a perfectly good paper bag? For ruining Even Stevens for me? I don’t know about you all, but I miss LaBeouf’s glory days. You know, when he fake-punched robots during the day and real-punched everyday people at night? Back then, I thought about him half as often and yet knew exactly how I felt about him.
But rumor has it that I’m not alone in my confusion about all of this “I am not famous anymore” stuff. I’ve got Emile Hirsch on my side! (And really, what more do I need?)
Hirsch has taken to Twitter to seemingly mock LaBeouf’s latest shenanigans, tweeting about how he feels “slightly more famous” and apologizing for “accidentally” leaving the caps lock on.
Check out Hirsch’s take on things below: