PHOTO: Reactions as right-wing and Trumpers share picture of Charles Manson acting as Jesus Christ while blessing Donald Trump KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, October 23, 2022

PHOTO: Reactions as right-wing and Trumpers share picture of Charles Manson acting as Jesus Christ while blessing Donald Trump

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Reactions as right-wing and Trumpers share picture of Charles Manson acting as Jesus Christ while blessing Donald Trump. (Read More Here).

According to information, the picture of Charles Manson acting as Saviour to Donald Trump, who was seen sitting down is currently trending on Facebook. 

Over the last couple of years, TikTok has become one of the most powerful tools for promoting music. In 2022, especially, we saw a handful of older tracks go viral, but now... a song by Charles Manson is trending on the platform.

No, thankfully it's not a phenomena like Nickelback's "She Keeps Me Up" was a few weeks ago, where people are make dances to the songs, — that would be downright disturbing. The track is called "Home Is Where You're Happy," and TikTok creators are using it for videos of their homes and other fall-related clips. It's an acoustic song with a crisp, vintage sound, so we get the relevance, we just wonder if people realized at first that it was actually by Manson.

The singer, however, is none other than Charles Manson, who desperately wanted to make it as a musician but is best known for inducing his hippie followers to break into people’s homes and brutally slaughter them. Several members of his “family” killed seven people in cold blood in Aug. 1969, terrorizing the Laurel Canyon crowd, vilifying the counterculture movement in the eyes of the public, and generally putting a serious damper on the peace-and-love era.

This hasn’t stopped his music from gaining a foothold on the platform, with some users totally unaware of the origins of the song. In one video, food and travel writer and influencer Gillie Houston posted a tour of her apartment that makes you want to climb through the screen and snuggle up with a good book. There’s golden sunlight streaming through a window, crowded ceiling-high bookcases, candles glowing among framed pictures on a shelf above the bed. In the background, Manson’s song plays. One commenter said, “Why the Charles Manson song,” and Houston replied, “Honestly I saved the sound from someone else’s vid and didn’t realize until after I used it…we can’t deny it’s a bop tho.”

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