Marilyn Manson Dedicates Song to Paris Jackson — ‘Disposable Teen’

Marilyn Manson dedicated a song to Paris Jackson at his concert in L.A. last night … a song called “Disposable Teen” — a track about a teenager who”s angry with society.

Manson”s dedication was simple — just telling the crowd, “This song is for Paris Jackson.”

The rocker then launched into “Disposable Teen.” Here”s a sampling of the some of the lyrics:

“And I”m a black rainbow … And I”m an ape of god … I”ve got a face that”s made for violence upon … And I”m a teen distortion … Survived abortion … A rebel from the waist down.”

“You say you wanted evolution … The ape was a great big hit …
You say you want a revolution, man … And I say that you”re full of sh*t.”

We broke the story … hours before Paris took a knife to her arm at her Calabasas home earlier this week, she “threw a fit” because she wasn”t allowed to attend a Marilyn Manson show.

Marilyn has since extended a VIP invitation to Michael Jackson”s daughter for the next time she can get to his show.