Shia LaBeouf’s Face Mask Seems to Send a Message Amid FKA twigs Lawsuit

Shia LaBeouf was photographed over the weekend in a face mask that had some people talking.

The mask read, “Love Me Like You Hate Me,” which some took to be a reference to FKA twigs‘ allegations against him and the lawsuit she filed. If you missed it, FKA twigs filed a lawsuit accusing Shia of “relentless” abuse and sexual battery.

The face mask actually references the music video that Shia starred in months ago, opposite Margaret Qualley, for Rainsford’s song with that same title.

You can see the photo of Shia in the face mask in question on Page Six.

FKA twigs was not the only celebrity to speak out against LaBeouf. Sia also claimed that Shia is a pathological liar and tricked him into an adulterous relationship.

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