Kanye West made another controversial move at the latest”DONDA listening partyat Chicago’s Soldier Field.
On Thursday night, the rapper released Marilyn Manson, who has been accused of sexual assault by multiple women, along with fellow rapper DaBaby, is also embroiled in controversy. The trio – West wore a black face covering – stood on a counterfeit house under a large cross.
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West’s new song “Hurricane” – one featuring DaBaby – played as well as another song titled “Jail”.
After the event, a representative from West confirmed that: Billboard that Manson’s voice will be featured on the upcoming album.
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Manson “will continue to conceptually work with Ye on the ‘DONDA’ project,” the rep said.
Ye’s decision to include Manson, real name Brian Hugh Warner, has caused a stir online, as has the rocker accused of rape and sexual, physical and emotional attack by several women in different lawsuits.
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“Westworld” actress and Manson’s former fiancé Evan Rachel Wood also accused him of sexual assault and abuse.
In February, Wood wrote on Instagram: “My abuser’s name is Brian Warner, also known in the world as Marilyn Manson. He started grooming me when I was a teenager and brutally abused me for years. I was brainwashed and manipulated into submission I am done living in fear of retaliation, slander or blackmail I am here to expose this dangerous man and summon the many industries that have enabled him before he destroys more lives I stand behind the many victims who are no longer silent.”
Manson has denied all charges and released his own statement in February. He said in a Instagram post the charges were “terrible distortions of reality” and that his “intimate relationships have always been wholly consensual.”
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For his part, DaBaby, 29, was caught up in a scandal earlier this summer when he made homophobic comments at a music festival in Miami. The fallout included multiple excuses from the star and he is dropped from the lineup of the popular music festival Lollapalooza just hours before he was due to perform.
Representatives for West and DaBaby — born Jonathan Lyndale Kirk — did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Fox News’ Nate Day contributed to this report.