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Marilyn Manson Dedicates Song to Paris Jackson Shortly Before Wrist-Slash Display

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Mary Ouellette,

As widely reported, the late Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris apparently attempted suicide, with one of the reasons for her heartache supposedly being that she broke down after she was forbidden to see a Marilyn Manson concert. After the initial reports, Manson extended an invitation to Paris to see him perform, but he took things one step further last night (June 6) in concert.

TMZ reports that during his show in Los Angeles, Manson dedicated the song ‘Disposable Teens’ to Paris, but then shortly after that he simulated slashing his wrists with his blade-like microphone. It should be noted that Manson has performed a similar act at his previous shows, but given that Paris reportedly slit her wrists, the rock star’s display took on an eerier vibe than usual.

Manson is currently on tour with fellow shock rocker Alice Cooper. The trek runs through the end of June, with Manson slated to perform additional shows in July.

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