"Also, if anything wasn't squared away with the T-shirts I'm so sorry", read the purported missive from JB. "He emailed me and said, 'So, I'm just passing this along from Jimmy, so I can say I did it.' He goes, something along the lines of, 'Even if it p-- me off that music's not risky anymore, it reminds me of how great you were and I was and that era".
The Beautiful People hitmaker wrote back: 'We are cool.
Manson told Bieber that people are "just made that shirt stuff into a fake feud" while messing with the latter. "Let's turn it upside down and f- the press and do something together". And don't apologize. You weren't an asshole.
"And he told me that Trent wanted to get in contact with me and gave me his number and I talked to him and he told me that he had the masters still". The rocker said the "I made you relevant again" comment is what bothered him more than the bootleg T-shirt with his image on the front and JB's pic on the back.
This comes after the shock rocker was embroiled in a weird feud with Justin Bieber over a mash-up T-shirt based on one of the 90s star's classic shirts. And TL;DR, the "Sorry" singer is just that.
The egotistical rocker was particularly incensed that the vain pop pixie had the temerity to poke fun at his relevance to the current music market. Justin's team claimed that they were given permission to use it, but Manson denied that such a conversation took place, telling outcome of Sound that he was "wearing the shirt that had his name on [Manson's] shirt" and he said to Manson, 'I made you relevant again'. He was a real piece of s*** 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 won't shit talk you on Stern". "Alright? So stand down, son"'. He believed that I'd show up, because he was that stupid'.
The whole ordeal was in regards to a shirt bearing the phrase "Bigger than Satan. Bieber" on the back. "It was just a cocky little thing to say", Manson told Stern.
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