Shia LaBeouf: “FKA Twigs is a saint” | Entertainment
Shia LaBeouf calls FKA Twigs a “saint” who saved his life.
The pair dated for about a year after meeting on the set of his 2019 movie “Honey Boy,” and Twigs committed a number of attacks on Shia, including violently attacking her, l knowingly infected with a sexually transmitted disease and shot stray dogs. get into the character of a movie.
Speaking on Jon Bernthal’s ‘Real Ones’ podcast, Shia, 36, did not name FKA Twigs, 34, but said: “I hurt that woman. And in doing so, I hurt many other people, and many other people before this woman, I was a pleasure-seeking, selfish, self-absorbed, dishonest, inconsiderate, and fearful human being.
“When I think about what my life has become and what it is now, like what my purpose is now…I need to be helpful. And when I look at this #MeToo environment, there’s no there aren’t many guys who take responsibility.
“I don’t give a fuck. Like crash and burn type s***. [I] hurt a lot of people, and I am fully aware of that. And I will have to for the rest of my life. [I have a] long list of people I have to make amends to.
He called his accuser a “holy” and added that she “saved my fucking life”.
He continued, “If she hadn’t intervened in my life and created the possibility for me to experience ego death, I would either have a really mediocre existence or I would be completely dead.”
And he insisted he had changed, saying: “I’m in the f***-up tribe. I’m a very public sinner, a very fallible person in the public sphere. What I think now , my goal is , is not to do… the other examples we’ve had of how to navigate something like this – which is to sue the woman, or try to win a lawsuit, or come back in a movie f****** or like come back at all.
“My purpose, and I say this with every fiber of my being, is to be instructive in my life, so that I can be an advertisement, like a billboard, for a principled way of life.”