Marilyn Manson, kind of pathetically and kind of brilliantly, has set up and maintained a public persona built on shock value and being a voice for the angsty, teenage underdog for the better part of two decades. But in this interview, Manson really shows the adolescent colors necessary to maintain this mindset into his forties, wherein he admits he tried to abuse his then nineteen-year-old girlfriend into what? getting back together with him? making her REALLY SORRY? by calling her 158 times on Christmas Day, cutting himself all over his face and hands, then writing a song about her called “I Want to Kill You Like They Do in The Movies.”
I’m swooning right now, myself.
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