Evan Rachel Wood appears to respond to Marilyn Manson appearance at Kanye West’s Donda event

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Evan Rachel Wood appears to respond to Marilyn Manson appearance at Kanye West’s Donda event
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Actor Evan Rachel Wood has seemingly responded to Kanye West’s decision to feature Marilyn Manson at his Chicago listening party last week.

Manson is currently facing multiple lawsuits from women – including his former partner Wood – who claim that he sexually and physically abused them.

Manson has denied all allegations, calling them “horrible distortions of reality”. He was dropped from his record label earlier this year, with his booking agent CAA announcing that it had also severed ties with him.

However, Manson appeared at West’s listening party last week, which was held ahead of the release of his new studio album, Donda.

Manson also worked on the album itself, being credited as a co-writer (under his real name, Brian Warner) on “Jail”, and on “Jail pt 2”, which also features controversial rapper DaBaby.

Posting on Instagram just hours after the album’s release, Wood shared a video of herself covering “You Get What You Give” by the New Radicals.

She performed the song in Hollywood’s Bourbon Room last Saturday, according to TMZ.

Alongside the video, Wood wrote: “For my fellow survivors who got slapped in the face this week. I love you. Don’t give up.”

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