Published: Mon, February 19, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Fans Outraged At Marilyn Manson's Onstage Meltdown During New York Concert

Fans Outraged At Marilyn Manson's Onstage Meltdown During New York Concert

After Marilyn Manson displayed "bizarre" behavior onstage during a concert in NY on Thursday, actress Charlyne Yi took to Twitter to state that the incident wasn't the first time the rocker has acted out.

According to EOnline.com, some concertgoers said that Manson went on many rants and reportedly asked them to say they love him. They would start songs only to screech them to a halt a minute in. Manson reportedly played only 3 songs, mumbled, and then left the stage, knocking over a guitar amplifier in the process. House lights came on a couple minutes later.

However, one person who didn't seem to be surprised by this onstage debacle was actress Charlyne Yi, who took to social media to call out Manson for a previous interaction the pair shared.

A video posted to YouTube showed Manson telling the audience to "keep in mind, I started this whole conversation with 'I love you.' Then keep in mind that you guys didn't say it back".

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"When someone starts complaining about something that happened that seems a little bit not as serious as really sexual assault, I think it's insulting to people that have been sexually assaulted", he stated. Which, let's be honest, is not that unusual for a rock star. "I wonder if humans will ever get better".

They continued: 'It was distressing to see an artist you care about in such a bad state. I know he's been hit with a bunch of personal losses within a few months, so it is easy to see how that could be affecting him (though I can't speak for how he really feels inside, of course). Maybe it was a one-time bad night.

Manson returned to stage the following night, performing in New Jersey, where Stereogum reported that he called the city a "s**thole", and mooned the audience.

She also showed her hope that Manson "gets help", the actress said after learning about his "triggering" performance of Thursday's concert. In a recent interview, Manson said that the incident deeply affected him, noting that he could have had his head crushed, so it does make sense. "It was like wrestling a giant iron monster".

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