Justin Bieber Thinks He's the Reason Marilyn Manson Is Still Relevant

Danny Woods
September 14, 2017

Apparently, Bieber was already wearing the shirt when he met up with Manson, and told him that he "made [Manson] relevant again".

It's no secret that Marilyn Mason is not a big fan of Justin Bieber.

Last summer, Justin Bieber used Marilyn Manson's likeness on some very expensive tour merch.

Outcome of Sound recently spoke to Manson, asking him about that whole thing involving Bieber repurposing Marilyn Manson T-shirts as his own.

In July of past year, Justin Bieber began selling a Marilyn Manson shirt as part of his tour merch.

Cheekily the designer, Fear of God's Jerry Lorenzo, posted a message on social media where he claimed it was created with the permission of the Antichrist Superstar warbler.

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According to an Instagram post (above) from designer Jerry Lorenzo, Marilyn Manson signed off on the piece of merch, but in a new interview with outcome of Sound, Manson claims otherwise.

"Bad mistake to say to me", he added.

When Bieber first debuted the shirt previous year, the designer thanked Manson for "signing off" on it and for "understanding our approach an re-interpretation of your vision". "I sit down, and I say, 'Hey, so you wore my shirt and everything onstage.' He was one of those touchy people that hit you when they talk, and he comes up to about d**k height. Then he goes, "I made you relevant again".

"Manson says he eventually 'took all the proceeds from those shirts from him". According to Manson, "they were just like, 'yea, we already know, we did wrong, so here's the money'". So stand down son'.

Manson was so incensed by the comment that he got revenge on Justin the next day by telling him that he would be coming to the Staples Center in Los Angeles for a soundcheck so they could perform his 1996 track The Beautiful People during Justin's concert.

Heaven Upside Down, Manson's new album, drops October 6.

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