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Dummies Mourn Marilyn Manson Following the Death of Charles Manson; Kiss’ Paul Stanley Accuses Marilyn of Being a Publicity Whore

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Sheesh, Marilyn Manson had a busy day yesterday. First, he died. Then he pissed off Paul Stanley. And you thought you were good at multitasking.

Of course, Marilyn Manson did not actually die this week — Charles Manson, the mass-murdering shithead from whom Marilyn takes his stage surname, did. But the Internet has no shortage of idiots and trolls who suggested otherwise, as documented by these tweets captured by Barstool Sports (via The PRP):

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The very-much-alive Marilyn Manson, who is probably used to being at the center of dumb rumors by now, did not bother to clarify his current health status. He did, however, take the opportunity of Charles Manson’s death to remind everyone that he recorded a cover of “Sick City,” a song originally penned by the killer, during the sessions for his 2000 release Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death):

Which deeply offended Paul Stanley:

Okay, so, first of all, it’s not really fair to say that Marilyn Manson’s “career never really took off.” He’s clearly not as successful as Kiss, but he’s been a household name for more than twenty years, which ain’t nothing.

But second of all, and for more importantly, the guy from FUCKING KISS called someone out over being a publicity whore. It’s hard to imagine a better example of the pot calling the kettle black. I’m shocked Stanley didn’t call out Al Franken while he was at it.

[via Blabbermouth]

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