Shia LaBeouf visits the SwaysUniverse display at SiriusXM Studio ~ above Nov. 10, 2016 in new York City. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images

While Shia LaBeouf’s previous antics may have actually garnered a side-eye (or two), it’s difficult to refuse the man’s talent: no only has the gibbs starred in movies as far reaching together Transformersand Holes, Eagle Eye, and Wall Street: Money never Sleeps, the 30-year-old apparently likewise has some bars.

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Early Friday morning, LaBeouf placed his mic an abilities to the test once he checked out SiriusXM the shade 45’s Sway in the Morning. Recognized for the show’s legend “Five fingers of Death” segment, which determines an individual’s freestyling abilities over five various beats — the show asked the Hollywood notable to flex a little bit of his wordplay because that the airwaves.

Surprisingly, LaBeouf brazenly took on the challenge, and also cruised with a series of beats, including Tupac’s “Ambitionz Az a Ridah” and Snoop Dogg’s “Who to be I.”

“Hip-hop offered to be futile, now it’s Timbuktu/ wherein the spitters go? Garbage-littered sh-t lock wrote/ miss out on me v that Lil Boat/ ‘Cause bigger individuals committed to this principals room living on your tippy toes,” the raps.

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“It was written, gain coked, this the shipment/ Jewish Pac come this music v a twist of Whitman/ Women, I’m the sh-t, man, get the business, mint condition/ but I’m married, store your distance,” he continued.

Floored by the actor’s confidence and skill collection on the mic, hold Sway Calloway went on a rant and held naught back versus today’s rappers. “Did you watch that?” questions Sway. “This is what we’ve been talk about. This is what the display is about. There’s no divisiveness in this show. There’s no discrimination in this show. Friend either obtained bars, or friend don’t.”

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