Evan Rachel Wood Gives Marilyn Manson The Middle Finger During Live Performance Following Kanye West Controversy

As previously reported, Marilyn Manson, who is currently facing multiple lawsuits related to numerous rape and sexual assault allegations, recently made headlines after guesting on Kanye West‘s new album and making an appearance at a listening party for the effort. Now, Evan Rachel Wood, the actress who bravely named Manson as her abuser and inspired others to do the same, has taken a shot at the shock rocker by flipping him off while performing a cover of New Radicals’ “Get What You Give” with Zane Carney in Hollywood, CA. Wood made the gesture during a part in the song that references Manson by name. She shared footage of that along with the following message:

“For my fellow survivors who got slapped in the face this week. I love you. Don’t give up.”

Marilyn Manson Appears On Kanye West’s New Song “Jail pt 2”

Marilyn Manson, who is currently facing multiple lawsuits related to numerous rape and sexual assault allegations, is featured on Kanye West‘s new song “Jail pt 2” alongside DaBaby, who is currently facing backlash for making homophobic comments onstage. West says Universal Music Group originally tried to remove the track from his new album “Donda,“ but it has since been released. Notably, Manson also has writing credits on the song “Jail.” This news comes after the shock rocker appeared alongside West and DaBaby at a recent listening party.

Marilyn Manson To Guest On Kanye West’s New Album “Donda”, Appears At Recent Listening Party

According to Newsweek, Marilyn Manson will be guesting on Kanye West‘s upcoming album “Donda.“ The shock rocker, who is currently facing multiple lawsuits related to numerous disturbing sexual assault allegations, recently appeared at a listening party for the record at Soldier Field in Chicago, IL. That event also featured another controversial musician, DaBaby, who is currently facing backlash for making homophobic comments onstage. A spokesperson for Manson commented:

“Marilyn Manson’s voice is featured on ‘DONDA,’ and he will continue to conceptually collaborate with Ye on the ‘DONDA’ project.”