Watch Shia LaBeouf Applaud Cannibalism in Rob Cantor Video

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Shia Lebeouf poses during the photocall of "The company you keep" during the 69th Venice Film Festival on September 6, 2012 at Venice Lido.

Shia LaBeouf haters, eat your hearts out -- the sometimes-violent actor is down with cannibalism and he’s got a new music video to prove it.

All kidding aside, it seems like actor/director has capitalized on his recent troubles (like being charged with disorderly conduct outside a performance of Cabaret) in a pretty hilariously self-aware way.

Back in 2012, singer-songwriter Rob Cantor wrote a song called “Shia LaBeouf” about the titular character as a cannibal, with lines like, “Hollywood superstar… living in the woods/killing for sport.”

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In the new video, the West Los Angeles Children’s Choir and Gay Men’s Chorus team for a rousing interpretation of the song, complete with very literal onstage interpretations of the lyrics. Wait until the end for a cameo from LaBeouf himself.

Cantor shared the video on his Facebook page Oct. 21, writing, “Directed by my remarkable friend Scott Uhlfelder, it took four months to plan and one day to shoot. I was lucky to have the help of 161 talented people.”


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