Marilyn Manson Dedicates Song to Paris Jackson
By JACKIE WILLIS
June 07, 2013
A source close to the Jackson family told ET on Wednesday that Paris Jackson's suicide attempt came after she wasn't allowed to attend a Marilyn Manson concert. Following that news, the rocker dedicated a song to the 15-year-old during his Thursday show.
Prior to singing Disposable Teens, 44-year-old Manson shouted to the crowd, "This song is for Paris Jackson." The first verse of the track reads: "And I'm a black rainbow/ And I'm an ape of god/ I've got a face that's made for violence upon/ And I'm a teen distortion/ Survived abortion/ A rebel from the waist down."
Paris had planned on attending the Los Angeles concert at Gibson Amphitheater but was told she could not see the show. The Los Angeles County Fire Department confirmed to ET that they received a 911 call for an overdose at 1:27 a.m. on June 5 and one person was transported to hospital. Ten hours prior, Jackson had tweeted, "yesterday , all my troubles seemed so far away ... now it looks as though they're here to stay."
yesterday , all my troubles seemed so far awaynow it looks as though they're here to stay— Paris Jacksoη (@ParisJackson) June 5, 2013
Manson hasn't been the only celebrity to react to Jackson's attempted suicide. Demi Lovato, Ireland Baldwin, Alyssa Milano, Jordin Sparks and Russell Simmons are just a few to share their support for the late Michael Jackson's only daughter.
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