Shia LaBeouf has learned twice now that anything to do with Trump has the potential to be a recipe for a mess. Shortly after Trump was sworn in, Shia and his art pals set up an anti-Trump live camera installation in Queens, NY, called HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US. A week after it opened, Shia was arrested after allegedly getting into a fight with a Nazi. A few weeks later, HWNDU was shut down, and a week after that it re-opened at the El Rey Theater in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Now the New Mexico leg of HWNDU has been temporarily shut down. And this time it’s because Shia is scared for the safety of HWNDU participants, but in a more abstract sense. Shia announced on Twitter early this morning that the camera has been turned off due to gunshots in the area.
We have taken the stream down after shots were reported in the area. The safety of everybody participating in our project is paramount.
— Shia LaBeouf (@thecampaignbook) February 23, 2017
Police tell TMZ that the shots were fired around 2:51 this morning just one block away from the current location of HWNDU. No one was at the camera at the time of the shooting. No word on who is responsible for the gun shots, but my guess is local hooligans Jesse Pinkman, Skinny Pete, and Badger.
It isn’t known when or if the HWNDU camera will get turned on, or if it will move locations again. At this point, the only place free of drama right now might be one of those new Thomas Kinkade-looking planets. Shia should look into that.
The 1975 is an English band whose albums I’ve downloaded, because my 14-year-old first cousin once removed told me that all of her friends love them and I still give in to peer pressure even when the person pressuring me is not my peer. (Although, technically I have the maturity of a 14-year-old. No offense to 14-year-olds.) But anyway, The 1975 (seen above looking like Manchester’s least popular Prince tribute band) were at the Brit Awards in London last night and in between performing and accepting the award for Best British Group, two of its members got “caught” smoking what looks like the good shit under the table. “Watch out, we got a badass over here,” said Keith Richards before fondly remembering the first time he smoked weed in a small space. It was his mother’s womb and it feels like it was yesterday.
Not that she needed to. I doubt anyone has been confusing her stomach situation with pizza bloat. But clearly Cheryl (formerly Cheryl Tweedy Cole Fernandez-Versini) was waiting for the right time and place to officially debut the fetus put inside her by One Direction’s Liam Payne. And that right place just so happened to be in a L’Oreal commercial.
As everyone knows, America’s Got Talent season 5 runner-up Jackie Evancho yodeled out the national anthem at Donald Trump’s inauguration last month. That move made many people yodel out a, “Why?????“, because Jackie’s older sister Juliet Evancho is transgender, and Vice-President Mike Pence hasn’t exactly blown an air kiss of support at the LGBTQ community. 16-year-old Jackie said at the time that she was doing it to unite the people, or whatever. But a month later, Jackie isn’t so united with Trump and is also yodeling out a, “Why?????“, over his decision to revoke a federal protection for trans students. Jackie, girl, I hope you cashed that inauguration performance check, because Trump’s team may cancel it now that you’ve shown insolence against our overlord!
Sinead O’Connor found herself on the receiving end of a $5 million defamation lawsuit from Arsenio Hall in May 2016 after she suggested on Facebook that Prince died from drugs that were supplied to him by his “bitch” Arsenio. She also alleged that Arsenio once tried to drug her drink at a party at Eddie Murphy’s house years ago. Initialy, Sinead responded to Arsenio’s lawsuit by telling “Arse-inio” to suck her dick, but only if he wasn’t “too busy sucking someone else’s dick.” Sinead’s feelings have now changed.
Poseiden’s power bottom mating call – Branden Lee
Seriously Goop, your colon is now clean – craigypants