Evan Rachel Wood Flips Off Marilyn Manson After He Made An Appearance At Kanye West’s Listening Event

August 31, 2021 / Posted by:

The rollout for the release of Kanye West’s tenth studio album Donda was messier and longer than the diarrhea stream a Kardashian lets out after her bi-weekly CoolSculpting session. But I guess all those eye roll-worthy stunts that Kanye pulled paid off because Donda set new records on Apple Music including hitting #1 in 152 countries and racking up 60 million streams in the U.S. in 24 hours. Well, it’s totally safe to say that zero of those streams came from Evan Rachel Wood who gave a concise review of Kanye putting a spotlight on her alleged abuser, Marilyn Manson. It’s also safe to say that a huge chunk of those streams came from Soulja Boy listening to the album over and over again to make sure that Kanye really cut him from it. And at least one stream came from Kim Kardashian who listened to it with the volume all the way down. “Us too,” said everyone.

With Donda, Kanye West put on his Captain Save-A-HORRIBLE-Ho hat and turned the album into a safe haven for THE WORST by featuring collaborations with homophobic shit spewer DaBaby and accused abuser Marilyn Manson. Chris Brown did record a verse for a Donda track called New Again, but I guess Kanye only wanted his album to include freshly-crowned pieces of trash because Chris’ verse was cut. DaGayHatingBaby and DaAllegedAbusingShitLog did make the cut and are featured on the track called Jail, Pt.2. It’s fitting that Marilyn Manson is on a song with the word “jail” in the title because he could be facing prison time depending on the outcome of the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s investigation into the abuse allegations against him.

Kanye also brought out DaBaby and Marilyn Manson at his final listening party on Saturday night. And on that same night, Marilyn’s ex-wife and one of his accusers, Evan Rachel Wood, performed with her musical partner, Zane Carney, at the Bourbon Room in Los Angeles. Earlier this year, Evan accused Marilyn of horrifically abusing her and brainwashing her for years. So after hearing about Marilyn Manson’s appearance at Kanye’s listening party, Evan decided to perform a cover of the New Radicals’ You Get What You Give. Evan told the audience that she was saving it but it “but it seems like the appropriate time,” and then threw up a middle finger while singing her alleged abuser’s name. She posted the clip on Instagram, adding that Marilyn’s appearance at Kanye’s listening event is a slap in the face to survivors of abuse. She also posted an Instagram Story where she said that the news of Marilyn appearing on Donda was triggering and re-traumatizing.

I haven’t even heard Jail, Pt. 2 but I already knew that Evan Rachel Wood’s middle finger review of it is the most accurate review of it.

Soulja Boy also spat at Kanye’s new album, but not because it features an accused rapist but because it doesn’t feature him on it. Soulja did do a verse on a Donda track called Remote Control but like Chris Brown, he was cut from it. Soulja already went off on Kanye on social media for not including him on the track. And after calling TMZ to tell them to meet him at a Shell gas station while talking to TMZ at a Shell gas station, Soulja hit at Kanye again for wasting his time. Soulja also thinks Kanye is lying about Universal releasing Donda without his approval and thinks Kanye is just covering his ass for cutting THEE Soulja Boy from his album. But Soulja would work with Kanye again…

As for Kim, she added some fuel to the rumors that she and Kanye are working on rebuilding their unholy union from fame whore HELL by posting screencaps of her listening to Donda, only she played it the same way many of you would play it: with the volume turned all the way down.

Page Six says that Kim deleted those screengrabs and uploaded new ones with the volume turned up. Nice try, Kim, but now we know where all those Apple Music streams came from. Kanye’s got the Koven streaming Donda on a loop. And Kim decided to keep her eardrums from screaming STOP! by turning the volume down, which is saying a lot since she has to constantly listen to her own voice.

Pic: Wenn.com

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