Shock rocker Marilyn Manson has dedicated his song Disposable Teens to Paris Jackson, daughter of Michael Jackson, who reportedly tried to kill herself this week after being told she couldn’t attend a Mazza show.
Manson kept the dedication nice and simple, saying, “This song is for Paris Jackson”. The 2001 track from the performer’s Holy Wood album features lyrics like “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”.
15-year-old Paris was reportedly rushed to hospital after she took an overdose of pills and cut herself up with a meat cleaver earlier this week at her Calabasas home, proving that being the daughter of the King of Pop surely ain’t easy. Her mother, Debbie Rowe, has told the media that Paris has “a lot going on”.
The Beautiful People singer has since extended a VIP invitation to Paris for the next time she can get to his show. He’s currently touring North America with like-minded soul Alice Cooper.
WATCH: Marilyn Manson dedicates Disposable Teens to Paris Jackson