Shia LaBeouf Announces Plan to Withdraw From Public Life, Then Skywrites 5 Mile Long Message
The Shia LaBeouf plagiarism drama continues After being called out for plagiarizing the work of graphic artist Daniel Clowes and others, Shia apologized via skywriting. But now he's had enough of people picking apart his creative endeavors to see if he appropriated them from someone else. He announced via Twitter that he retiring from public life completely, tweeting "In light of the recent attacks against my artistic integrity, I am retiring from all public life."
After that post he then paid a skywriter $25,000 to post the message "Stop Creating" in letters that spanned five miles across the sky. The post was only visible for seven minutes.
At least the sky writers are making a nice income from all of this.
Posted on January 11, 2014