Charles Manson, the mass murderer and cult leader, has officially died at the age of 83-years-old. Manson was known in the 1960’s for creating an “army of killers” known as the “Manson Family” who would commit outrageous acts of violence – most notably the 1969 murder of actress Sharon Tate. Officials say Manson died of “natural causes” while serving his life sentence in prison. Like any other time, there is a death in society, Twitter was obviously sharing their thoughts and opinions. A lot of users were confused as to why “RIP Charles Manson” was trending in the first place.
y'all saying rip charles manson like he wasn't out murdering people pic.twitter.com/Cef0u32idS
— ZM ⭐ (@its_zarquetteee) November 20, 2017
When you see someone tweet “RIP Charles Manson” pic.twitter.com/4QsC7CZjwi
— B Turn (@bturner23) November 20, 2017
When people tweet “RIP Charles Manson.” pic.twitter.com/iYVUW1wUcw
— Tim O'Brien (@TimOBrien) November 20, 2017
People saying RIP Charles Manson, and some even saying they are sad that his dead and wanted to meet him pic.twitter.com/oKG9IGNqhK
— Kieran Rollins (@KieranR10) November 20, 2017
But, maybe it’s because some idiots made a pretty major mistake.