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Shia LaBeouf Criticized For Impatience With Co-Star At 2020 Oscars Lou Haviland More Articles February 10 2020 At last night’s Academy Awards ceremony Shia LaBeouf presented his co-star Zack Gottsagen from his 2019 film with the award for Best Live Action Short Film. Figure 1 At the 92nd Academy Awards Shia LaBeouf and Zack Gottsagen | CRAIG SJODIN via Getty Images Today some blame LaBeouf for his actions during the presentation of the awards. Here’s what happened last night and some of the comments at LaBeouf were leveling.

Zack Gottsagen who is?

Gottsagen and LaBeouf remained friends so much that the director, 33, welcomed Gottsagen to the ceremony last night. Last year, Gottsagen told the Associated Press about his film appearance with LaBeouf “This means some people believe in me … (and) a lot of people love my talent.”

What happened during the Oscars ?

Figure 2 Shia LaBeouf and Zack Gottsagen Kevin Winter / Getty Images LaBeouf seemed to some viewers to be getting nervous and pushing Gottsagen along most likely because he was getting anxious and running. LaBeouf was chuckling and looking away at some points which some said made him seem to laugh at his 34-year-old costar.

The response from Twitter during awards shows

More Articles January 29, 2020 The Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe BryantKobe and Giannahelicopter crash filed a trademark for her nickname at the basketball court. The filing was a direct sign Kobe had big plans for the future of Gianna which would possibly have included an appearance in the WNBA. Figure 1 Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna Bryant Allen Berezovsky / Getty Images Kobe Bryant files a trademark for Mambacita

On 30 December Kobe filed a patent of the name Mambacita. The Nickname is a reference in the NBA Black Mamba to Kobe’s nickname. Gianna’s talent on the court is also a legacy. The trademark documents outlined a proposal to use the brand on a range of sportswear including hoodies shorts sweatshirts caps sweatpants and jerseys according to TMZ. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) on Nov 15, 2019 at 12:10 pm PST Kobe Bryant started calling his daughter Mambacita on social media for the first time. For example, in a November post Kobe shared a clip of Gianna doing a fade-away during a scrimmage against one of her teammates Alyssa Altobelli. Kobe praised Gianna in the caption for making a move which looked fade-away close to his trademark. He also thanked Alyssa for playing great defence. Alyssa also died in the helicopter crash with her parents Keri and John Altobelli. Within Kobe’s return to basketball Kobe retired back in 2016 from the Los Angeles Laker and wrote an emotional letter after his retirement named Dear Basketball. View this post on Instagram Mambacita and @azzi35 A post shared by Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) on October 25, 2019 at 2:21pm PDT While coaching was not in Kobe Bryant’s original retirement plan he gladly accepted the role of teaching his daughter everything she learned from the game. The father and daughter formed a tight bond over their basketball passion, and were often seen discussing the action at NBA games. When their helicopter crashed into a hillside in Calabasas California, Kobe and Gianna were on their way to a basketball game. A total of 9 people were on board the craft when none of them made it down. Kobe certainly had major plans for Gianna’s future. The ultimate plan would have been to see his daughter drafted into the WNBA, and benefit from her nickname later. Over the years, Kobe Bryant has been a huge WNBA supporter and was not afraid to express his love for the game. He not only attended games and watched movies, but also coached Gianna’s team and ran the area’s basketball camps. It’s such a shame that in the helicopter crash together with the other seven victims of the accident, both of their lives were cut short. The world mourns the tragic death of Kobe and Gigi In the hours and days after the horrific helicopter accident fans from all over the world mourned the loss of Kobe and his family. Former WNBA player and Rebecca Lobo University of Connecticut center have shared their sorrow for losing Kobe and his family. View this post on Instagram My Gigi A post shared by Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) on September 3, 2019 at 1:59pm PDT No @NBA player embraced @WNBA or women’s college basketball more than was shared by Kobe Lobo. He watched games that the next generation had been watching on TV. We are praying for his safety. Kobe Bryant was 41 at the time of her death, and Gianna was 13 at the time. Kobe retired from the NBA in 2016 but has remained active in the lives of many current players.