Marilyn Manson's paintings are much better than his music. Just
via www.marilynmansonartworkonline.com 'When I Get Old,' by Marilyn Manson
kidding; we love ya, Marilyn! His solo show, Trismegistus, debuted this past December during Art Basel Miami Beach. But if you missed the super-VIP opening, don't despair -- the paintings will still be on display at 101/Exhibit
(101 NE 40th St., Miami) until February 20. My stylist, Adel Berman
(she is combing my hair in the video), realized that Rick Ross and
Marilyn Manson both use the names of iconic criminals as their
pseudonyms. Thus, I wore a Rick Ross T-shirt for this video. But who is the
After the jump, watch the episode of Prunk TV in which I examine Manson's art, and then read
how I acquired that ugly contraption on my head.
On a recent Thursday night, I was at the Vagabond (30 NE 14th St.,
downtown Miami) enjoying $1 bottles of Pabst Blue Ribbon. This young
woman at the bar asked me if I would walk her to her car. "There is
some crackhead standing out there," she said as she stood up and
clutched her purse. Her car was right across the street, and I consider
myself a gentleman. Plus, when I am drunk, I enjoy informing crackheads that they need to get high on Jesus.
"I am at a party that
is out of this world," said the alleged crackhead as we approached the
woman's Toyota. He continued, "I am a forensic scientist motherfucker.
You in the heart of the ghetto, and I can't even get a drink at that
club. Obama ain't really doing shit for me."
He pointed his finger towards the sky and exclaimed, "They know all the tricks of the trade out here. You have a partnership in the big crack house." The young woman started her car and drove away. "You need and iPod or an iPhone? How about a new Bowflex?" he continued to address me. "I'm an inventor."
He pointed to his chest. "Anything you want, 'CrackHead Black Belt' can get ya."
To make a long story short, I met him at the same location the following night, and purchased the contraption that I am wearing on my head in the video above. Special thanks to Sam Hamovitch, the "biggest boss that I've seen thus far" (lmfao).