It’s been a month since FKA Twigs filed a lawsuit against his ex-boyfriend Shia Labeouf. Invited in the podcast The Grounded, the singer agreed to describe in detail her relationship with the actor, met in 2018 on the set of the film Honey Boy. Confident at first that their romance was like a “honeymoon”, the star explained that she quickly discovered the true face of Shia Labeouf and that it was important to speak up. “It’s something in society that’s a really big deal and it’s really common, but for some reason we don’t talk about it,” she remarked.
After explaining that she had to follow certain rules, the singer explained, “Being nice to a waiter or polite to someone could be perceived as flirting or wanting to start a relationship with someone else, so that in reality I was only ordering pasta or being courteous. He told me that I knew what he was like, and that if I loved him I wouldn’t look other men in the eye. He was my friend. life during the last 4 months of the relationship, I was not allowed to make eye contact with men. ” FKA Twigs then revealed that Shia Labeouf counts the number of times she kissed him in a day. If she didn’t reach her quota, then he would get angry. “He would start an argument with me, berate me for hours, make me feel like the worst person ever and say I was a bad girlfriend,” she explained, before adding: “Shia would wake me up in the middle of the night accusing me of a lot of different things. Accusing me of staring at the ceiling and thinking of ways to leave it … accusing me of wanting to be with someone else, but it was still between 4 and 7 in the morning. “
The singer didn’t know how to get by
Today, FKA Twigs is proud to have done so. She explained, “All I can do is think to myself when I’m 50 and have kids, I want to remember what I fought against. something completely unexpected. I never thought that something like this would happen to me … When I’m older, if I have a daughter, I want to be able to say, ‘This thing happened to me. I took care of that. ‘ It’s a great thing to heal publicly and have to do it in front of everyone, but I can do it. I’m a big girl and I can do it. ” While she thought for a long time that she couldn’t leave the comedian, she added: “I felt so controlled and I felt so confused and I felt so bad, that the fear of leaving and knowing that I ‘had all this work to do to feel good, it was completely overwhelming. “
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