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Saturday 31 January 2015

Shia LaBeouf has ‘had enough’ with feuding

Shia LaBeouf

Shia LaBeouf reportedly believes Alec Baldwin “should be old enough to know better” not to feud in public with another actor for so long.

The two men clashed over Broadway show Orphans, with the younger actor blaming his co-star for getting him dismissed from the play.

Since then the actors have been engaged in a war of words and apparently Shia wants a resolution quickly.

“Shia’s had enough now, he wants to end his feud with Alec ever happened,” a source told Radar Online.

“It’s gone on for too long and, as far as he’s concerned, the drama has blown over now. Shia won’t forget it, but he doesn’t want it brought up again.”

Alec recently discussed the disagreement with The Hollywood Reporter, attributing Shia’s alleged poor behaviour to youth and ego.

Shia does not want to talk about the issue any longer.

“He thinks it’s unprofessional to keep the fighting up for this long and he wants to be the bigger man and just drop it,” the insider said.

“Shia was actually amused that Alec brought it all up again in a recent interview, because he thinks Alec should be old enough to know better.”

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