Sierra 2019 Shia LaBeouf Have a successful cinematic return after your personal and professional life has been plagued with controversy and brokenness for some time.
Last year, the actor resurfaced in Hollywood again with productions as famous as Peanut Butter Hawk Y Honey boy, the last of which is based on LaBeouf's own experiences. In HawkHowever, he portrayed Tyler, who is unlucky, tormented by his past and discouraged by his present. Finally he meets Zak, a young man with Down syndrome who wants to pursue his dreams and is played by Zack Gottsagen.
Gottsagen, who has Down syndrome, spent a lot of quality time with LaBeouf while filming. Peanut Butter Hawk and after the debut of the film. They also supported each other, since LaBeouf has explained that Gottsagen helped him during a difficult time, and he, in turn, helped his fellow actor to achieve his dreams.
In fact, LaBeouf has even attributed the changed man who has become the influence of Gottsagen, and at the Oscars of 2020, the pair of co-stars appeared to present the Academy Award for Best Short Film (Live Action), with Gottsagen proudly making history as the first actor with Down syndrome to appear at the Oscars.
However, for LaBeouf, the event produced another tarnished controversy after the spectators of the ceremony quickly went to social networks claiming that the veteran actor laughed at Gottsagen while presenting the award.
Shia Leboeuf REALLY laughed at the man with Down syndrome on stage … on live television? #Oscars
– Johana D. (@johanaedelgadou) February 10, 2020
Didn't you notice that the Shiites were trying not to laugh at the child with Down syndrome? #Oscars
– Pinky (@pinkyenthusiast) February 10, 2020
– Sara.Dhgn (@SaraDhgn) February 10, 2020
Shia LaBeouf is canceled! How dare you laugh at someone who is disabled? # Oscar2020
– Quez (@TheRoyalSir) February 10, 2020
Shia Labeouf laughed at a child with special needs on stage …
– gay baby prison guard (@chisaiirisu) February 10, 2020
Shia Labeouf just laughed at the boy with Down syndrome
– syd (@ syd2911) February 10, 2020
However, in response to the accusations, other social media users have pointed out the close friendship between the two who had been noticed by numerous media outlets in the previous months, and many jumped in defense of the Shiites.
– Supreme Sorcerer (@iAmNELLEZ_) February 10, 2020
– Emily Jean (@ejaydubs) February 10, 2020
Everyone stop being ashamed #ShiaLabeouf He did absolutely nothing wrong, of someone with two brothers with special needs, I know the difference between being proud, pretty laugh and mocking laugh. #oscars
– The snapper (@TheSnappertweet) February 10, 2020
Shia LaBeouf did not laugh at the child with Down syndrome, it was an awkward situation. Shia helped him out of the stage. The head of the media is far away and has few journalism skills.
– TG21 (@ worldgym21_p) February 10, 2020
By all the #shialabeouf Haters, he didn't laugh at the young man at the Oscars, he was simply backing away, smiling at his friend and letting him have his moment in the spotlight. You are the most sensitive generation ever, so shut up, stop crying and get a job!
– Shawnda Kay (@ ShawndaKay4) February 11, 2020
“Shia is simply wonderful, you know? We really love him. In any case, I think they were smiling because it was difficult to open the envelope … It bothered me when I thought someone was thinking that Shia could have had a kind of negative attitude because it was nothing, nothing, nothing but a support. . "
Honestly, this seems to be another case in which Twitter reactions have led to a great misunderstanding and a depressing misinterpretation, which unfortunately has painted Shia LaBeouf in a negative light once more.