Musical Number Explores The Dark Cannibalistic Side of Shia Labeouf

Screen Shot 2014-11-15 at 7.14.24 PMSome of you may have seen this, but it might give you a light moment this weekend. My son Benjamin showed me the video below on YouTube featuring singer Rob Cantor and his song, “Shia LaBeouf” — the actor best known for his role in Transformers as Sam Witwicky. The performances by the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles, the Argus Quartet, the West Los Angeles Children’s Choir, and other artists are brilliant.

It is bizarre but pretty funny with lyrics like that below:

Running for your life (From Shia Labeouf.)
He’s brandishing a knife. (It’s Shia Labeouf.)
Lurking in the shadows, Hollywood superstar Shia Labeouf.
Living in the woods, (Shia Labeouf.)
Killing for sport, (Shia Labeouf.)
Eating all the bodies, actual, cannibal Shia Labeouf.

Shia Labeouf makes an appearance at the end.

Kudos: Benjamin Turley

7 thoughts on “Musical Number Explores The Dark Cannibalistic Side of Shia Labeouf”

  1. [music- to The Jets from the Movie]
    When your’e bent you are bent..
    You are bent all the way.
    From your first tryst on four legs..
    To your last dying day.

  2. That large, expensive production number is grisly and gruesome but oddly funny. It could be great PR for whatever he is doing or wants to do (obviously, I don’t follow him so he may be doing something like this at the moment). Professor Turley, I hope Benjamin doesn’t seek these things out often. 🙂

  3. Where there is dark humor, how close to the truth could this be? I would think that most high profile people would want to avoid one of the darkest side of the human nature, even if it may be a joke. Jonathan I would like to talk to you about our favorite subject, can I call you at you GWLS #. Fred

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