KISS frontman Paul Stanley has accused Marilyn Manson of trying to publicize himself through the death of Charles Manson.
Marilyn Manson recently tweeted a link to a YouTube clip of his previously recorded cover version of Manson’s 1970 song “Sick City”.
In response to a KROQ news report about Manson’s tweet, Stanley took to his own Twitter account to blast the sock rocker, saying: “[It’s] pathetic when somebody [whose] career never really took off is desperate enough to try for publicity by connecting himself to the news of a murdering scumbag’s death.”
Charles Manson died on Sunday in a hospital in Kern County, California, north of Los Angeles. He was 83. Charles Manson had been rushed to a Bakersfield, California hospital from Corcoran State Prison earlier this month for an undisclosed medical issue.
In the summer of 1969, Charles Manson persuaded his ‘family’ member followers to commit a string of murders in Los Angeles.
Pathetic when somebody who’s career never really took off is desperate enough to try for publicity by connecting himself to the news of a murdering scumbag’s death. @RollingStone @UltClassicRock https://t.co/SShmw5Wmse
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) November 20, 2017