Shia LeBeouf has gotten a bad rap for throwing tantrums… But this weekend the actor let his softer side shine and the world is a better place because of it.
The former Even Stevens star spent some time in Romania with disadvantaged children on Sunday and shared the experience on his Twitter page for his pet project “The Campaign Book.”
“Roma kids are f*cking g … and super strong.”
That is the tweeted caption on display along with a photo of a beaming and ponytailed LaBeouf arm wrestling a young Roma boy. Other children watch on, giggling at Shia’s humor as he struggles to keep up with the “strong” child.
A total of five photos are up on the Twitter page. The tweets were in effort to raise awareness about underprivileged youth in the city.
“Kid with the hat (Adriano) lives under some stairs with his sister and 3 brothers,” he continued. “He can also, on cue- belch like a f*cking dragon - super joyful - living in some of the worst poverty I’ve ever seen.”
LaBeouf’s "The Campaign Book" is a publishing company that aims to share his loves to anyone who dares to pay attention. According to the site, they publish 10 books a year, be it graphic novels, art, or prose, as well as DVDs, CDs, and print according to Shia’s likes.
In addition to being an all around amazing, not angry person, LaBeouf just premiered his new film Lawless at the Cannes Film Festival where he shares the screen with Jessica Chastain and Guy Pearce.
And to top if all off, the actor turned 26-years-old on Monday.
Happy belated, Shia!