Former Marilyn Manson Keyboardist Says Singer Should “Put a Bullet in his Head”
Stephen Bier, better known to the world as “Madonna Wayne Gacy,” was the Marilyn Manson’s keyboardist on every album up through and including 2003’s The Golden Age of Grotesque (and he remained in the group ’til 2007). That means that he lasted longer as a Manson collaborator than anyone else, including the singer’s most famous sidekick, Jeordie “Twiggy Ramirez” White.
So, as you can imagine, Bier/Gacy has nothing nice to say about Manson (né Brian Warner).
“I am genuinely amazed at how many prominent entertainers and musicians have kicked-off in the last 30 days… too bad Brian Warner isn’t one of them.”
“Apparently, the old cliche that ‘only the good die young’ is truth.”
“I can’t wait to do: the electric Boogaloo, the Texas two step, the waltz, and an Irish jig on his grave.”
“Maybe this is the end times, and it is a really slow rapture starting with musicians?”
“The best thing he can do to preserve his legacy, is put a bullet in his head and prove his integrity.”
“Presently, he is unintentionally… slowly… committing suicide one pill at a time.”
I know what you’re all thinking: “When did Marilyn Manson have integrity?”
Kidding aside: this post was obviously in very poor taste on Bier’s part. Then again, none of us worked for Manson for twenty years, so who knows, maybe the guy just is that big of a prick.