Entertainment Justin Bieber claims he made Marilyn Manson 'relevant again'

10:20  14 september  2017
10:20  14 september  2017 Source:   bangshowbiz.com

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Filed Under: Justin Bieber , Marilyn Manson . (Jason Merritt/Kevin Winter/Getty Images). “ He was a real piece of s— in the way he had the arrogance to say that [ he made me relevant again ],” Manson seethed.

Marilyn Manson has revealed a somewhat uncomfortable conversation between himself and Justin Bieber , which led to Manson playing an epic prank on the pop singer. While wearing a repurposed Manson shirt, Bieber claimed , “I made you relevant again ,” while

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Marilyn Manson has claimed Justin Bieber recently told him he's made him "relevant" again.

The 48-year-old rocker has been locked in a bitter feud with the 'Sorry' hitmaker after he used an image of him without his consent in his 'Purpose World Tour' merchandise in 2016.

Speaking to Consequence of Sound, Manson said: "He was [already] wearing the shirt that had his name on my shirt, and he said to me, 'I made you relevant again.' Bad mistake to say to me. He was a real piece of sh*t in the way he had the arrogance to say that. He was a real touchy-feely guy, too, like, 'yo yo bro!' and touches you when he's talking. I'm like, 'you need to stand down, you're d**k height on me, ok?' Alright? So stand down son.'

Marilyn Manson embroiled in feud with Justin Bieber over T-shirts

  Marilyn Manson embroiled in feud with Justin Bieber over T-shirts Marilyn Manson managed to get revenge on Justin Bieber after he allegedly told the rocker he made him "relevant again" by wearing his T-shirts. The Sorry singer wore a vintage Manson T-shirt onstage during his Purpose World Tour, sold tops with Manson's face on the front and Justin's name on the back as part of his official tour merchandise, and a repurposed Manson T-shirt featuring the words "Bigger Than Satan Bieber" went on sale in U.S. store Barneys last summer (16). The heavy metal rocker took issue with the 23-year-old using his image in that way and made sure he told him when he bumped into Justin, but the popstar was less than apologetic. "I saw a little girl in a pink hoodie with blond hair, and it turns out to be Bieber," he told Billboard. "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 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. "Obviously, when 4 p.m. rolled around the next day, I just didn't show," he added.

As you may have noticed, there are plenty of egos in the music industry. To be honest, you can't really blame some, because their record sales, popularity and success speaks for itself, but now and again you really can't help but say: "Wow, what a knobhead.".

Marilyn Manson claims that Justin Bieber told him that he made him “ relevant again ” with his range of repurposed Manson merchandise. The two artists initially appeared friends with Bieber donning a Marilyn Manson t-shirt onstage and Manson responding by wearing a Bieber shirt of his own.

"The next day I told him I'd be at his soundcheck at Staples Center to do 'Beautiful People'."

Manson claimed he was joking and never had any intention of turning up to sing with him, but the 23-year-old pop star believed that he'd show up because he was "that stupid."

And, despite the feud, Mason has revealed he "took all the proceeds" from the repurposed shirts because Justin's team reportedly knew they were "in the wrong."

He explained to the publication: "They [Justin's team] didn't even fight, they were just like, 'yeah, we already know, we did wrong, so here's the money.' "

Manson first heard that Justin was planning to re-interpret his shirt last year when the brand's designer Jerry Lorenzo thanked him for "signing off the new design" and understanding.

He posted on Instagram at the time: "@marilynmanson for signing off on the 'Bigger than Satan' x #jb tee.Thanks for understanding our approach and re-interpretation of your vision."

But Manson is adamant no one had contacted him about the shirt prior to the online post.

Marilyn Manson soldiered on with tour for late dad .
Marilyn Manson struggled through the pain of losing his father to press on with his tour because his dad would have "hated" the shock rocker for not soldiering on. Vietnam War veteran Hugh Warner died on 7 July (17), just days before the Deep Six singer was due to head to Europe for a series of festival gigs and summer shows. Manson had shared a close bond with his 70-year-old dad, who often joined his famous son on the road, and the star admits it was "tough" returning to work to perform for fans when he would have preferred to take his time to grieve - but he knew it wasn't what his father would have wanted. "My dad would have hated me for that (cancelling shows). He'd have kicked me in the d**k," Manson told The Guardian. "He would want me to be the best I could be right now. That's what he raised me to be. "Dad was a f**king fighter, a killer in Vietnam, but he was not a quitter; he just didn't want to be here any more. He didn't give up, he just wanted to be with my mum, and I respected him for that. So I wouldn't miss a gig." He added, "It was not easy - I had to go see him a week before we went on tour. It was tough, but it made me stronger." Manson showed fans his sensitive side when he paid tribute to Hugh on Instagram with a photo of father and son. "Today I lost my father, Hugh Warner," he wrote in the caption. "He taught me how to be a man, a fighter and a survivor. "He taught me how to shoot a gun. How to drive. How to lead. He will always be the best dad in the world. Somehow and somewhere, I know he is with my mum now. I will keep my promise and never let you down. I miss and love you dad." The 48-year-old singer, real name Brian Warner, lost his mother Barbara in 2014 when she was just 68.

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