What a sweet gesture!
Like all of us, Marilyn Manson has had Paris Jackson on his mind.
And since his concert has been mentioned as one of the many tipping points as to what caused Paris to feel the need to attempt suicide - he thought his concert would be a perfect place to dedicate a song to one of his biggest fans.
Here's what the musician said before launching into the song that serves as an anthem for teenagers, Disposable Teens:
"This song is for Paris Jackson"
Mr. Manson didn't stop there, though. He previously revealed he had sent Paris a message on Twitter that said:
"I hope you feel better. You will be on my guest list anytime you want."
We bet Paris appreciates this a ton, and may even help her feel better!
Which counts for a whole lot in our book!
Another rock star who will be joining Marilyn on his upcoming music tour, Alice Cooper, also sympathizes with Paris. He said:
"She’s 15 years old…I have two girls, I know what 15 year old girls are like, everything is important, everything is emotional. I don’t think the concert was the thing, I think she’s just very emotional right now … It’s always gonna be between what you can do and what you can’t do."
It may not seem like much, but for a teenaged girl who reportedly wasn't feeling a lot of love in her life, even a few positive sentences can help big time!!!
We definitely want to reiterate the fact that we love you Paris, and we hope you feel better really soon!!!
Remember Perezcious readers, if you're ever feeling emotional distress, you can always hit up the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-SUICIDE or 1-800-784-2433.
Or visit their website here.
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