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VIDEO: Marilyn Manson in Onstage Meltdown

What a diva!

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Marilyn Manson appears to have an onstage meltdown during one of his shows in New York City. 

For the past twenty years or so, Marilyn Manson has kept fans entertained with his controversial attitude and live rock shows.

However, Manson suffered an onstage meltdown in New York last week. While his band was jamming out, Manson went off on rants about how the audience didn’t love him enough, amongst other nonsensical things.

After one and a half hours of pointless ramblings, he dropped in the mic and stalked off the stage.

Here are some of the videos circulating the web, highlighting his aloof attitude:

One fan took to Instagram to express his disdain. The post has recently been deleted.

Manson came out with a bang but the whole thing deteriorated very quickly. A couple songs in, he went into a conversation with the crowd about how much we loved him (or not). Asked for cheering and the usual rock star ego stuff.

I think we all started to realise something was wrong. Once he was temporarily satisfied, it didn’t improve. They would start songs only to screech them to a halt a minute in.

There were very drawn out versions of songs where Manson mostly rambled on about our lack of love and other bizarre things. After an hour and fifteen minutes of this, he threw his microphone and left the stage.

House lights came on a couple minutes later. I don’t think they completed more than 4 songs. It was the strangest, saddest and worst concert I’ve ever been to, and I’ve been to a lot.

Can anyone take a guess as to what caused Manson’s onstage meltdown?

Manson’s behaviour is similar to this diva!

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