MusiclolShia LaBeouf's Freestyle Might Have Been Stolen From A Female Rap GroupUPDATE: It has now been suggested LaBeouf copied lyrics from a 1999 song.By by Brad EspositoBuzzFeed News Reporter, Australia and by Rachael KrishnaBuzzFeed News ReporterPosted on June 29, 2015, 1:11 amTwitterFacebookLink Hello, here's a video of Shia LaBeouf rapping. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php This is Corey James, who captured the footage of Shia LaBeouf rapping in a freestyle battle at a local swimming spot in South Dakota. facebook.com BuzzFeed News has reached out to James for comment, but from what we can tell, LaBeouf absolutely flamed whomever he was up against. James managed to capture two videos — both showing LaBeouf's progressive success with his ~lyrics~. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php "Still breaking down potatoes like I'm fucking Galileo.""I'm so underground rap kids call me Tubman." However, producer and emcee Pri the Honeydark has now spoken out, suggesting that Shia copied lyrics from her group Anomolies. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com According to Watch Loud, the borrowed lyrics were taken from the group's 1999 song "Perfectionist." View this video on YouTube youtube.com The website claims that LaBeouf's line “The rare commodity, the quality is what it’s gotta be, and my philosophy is farther than what your eyes can see” is a rip off of group member Helixx's lyrics “I recon you want more of that rare commodity / the quality is what it’s gotta be / and my philosophy is much farther than what your eyes can see.” Listen from the 45-second mark to hear the similarity. The only logical way to solve this would be a sick hot collaboration, right? Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF youtube.com Brad EspositoBuzzFeed News Reporter, AustraliaBrad Esposito is a news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in Sydney, Australia. Contact Brad Esposito at firstname.lastname@example.org.Got a confidential tip? 👉 Submit it hereRachael KrishnaBuzzFeed News ReporterRachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London. Contact Rachael Krishna at email@example.com.