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Marilyn Manson dedicates 'Disposable Teens' to Paris Jackson

Marilyn Manson dedicates 'Disposable Teens' to Paris Jackson

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(Yahoo!) - Marilyn Manson and Alice Cooper may be tour mates on the Masters of Madness tour, but the two have very different approaches when it comes to delicate subject matter.

On June 6, Michael Jackson's daughter Paris reportedly attempted suicide with a kitchen knife after she was unable to get into the Masters of Madness show in Los Angeles. Her mother, Debbie Rowe, told "Entertainment Tonight" that Jackson was "rushed to the hospital with cuts on her wrists."

In response, Manson sarcastically announced "This song is for Paris Jackson," before his band launched into "Disposable Teens."

When he was confronted by the press, Manson said he will provide a VIP invitation to Jackson the next time she wants to see him.

Cooper didn't comment on Manson's stage banter, but in an interview with "Extra" he expressed sympathy for Jackson. "She’s under a lot pressure right now with this trial," 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."

Katherine Jackson’s lawyer Perry Sanders echoed Cooper's sentiments in an interview with USA Today. "Being a sensitive 15-year-old is difficult no matter who you are," he said. "It is especially difficult when you lose the person closest to you. Paris is physically fine and is getting appropriate medical attention. Please respect her privacy and the family's privacy."

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