Justin Bieber and Marilyn Manson Are Having the Weirdest Feud Ever

Lawrence Kim
September 14, 2017

Fear Of God, the shirt's designer, said that he got Manson's permission to "reinterpret" to original image, but in an interview with outcome of Sound, the provocateur said that's not quite true.

It wasn't just that Bieber was wearing the shirt - it's what he said to the goth rocker. The designer also wrote, "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. In an interview with effect of Sound, Manson now says that Bieber was - shall we say - less than grateful about the whole deal. "Bad mistake to say to me".

"He was a real piece of s- in the way he had the arrogance to say that [he made me relevant again]", Manson seethed. The artist gave an interview for Billboard recently, and he made a decision to tell all on what he thinks about the new generation of stars looking up to him, as well as wearing his face on shirts as a fashion statement!

"He was one of those touchy people that hit you when they talk, and he comes up to about d**k height".

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.

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". "Then he goes, "I made you relevant again". "[Laughs] Alright? So stand down son". "They didn't even fight, they were just like, 'Yeah, we already know, we did wrong, so here's the money'".

Manson just released the killer new track "WE KNOW WHERE YOU F-KING LIVE" and announced his newest album, Heaven Upside Down, will see an October 6 street date.

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