An Ohio woman shot and killed a local teen on Sunday after he and three other teenagers were allegedly caught trespassing in her home at 4 a.m. At the time of the shooting, the teen was reportedly wearing an Insane Clown Posse mask and standing over the bed of her son holding a knife. Police later discovered that the two boys had been friends.
As part of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed last month against rap-metal physics students Insane Clown Posse, Kid Rock received a subpoena ordering him to produce, within 14 days, a glass dildo he was allegedly given by a former ICP employee. Instead, Rock produced a missive entitled "All Parties Involved in This ICP Glass Dildo Case Can Shove One Up Their Ass: Kid Rock Responds."
It's been a little over a month since Insane Clown Posse, the Detroit-based horrorcore duo who've built a multi-platinum career out of rapping about butts, nuts, and sluts, publicly declared their intention to sue the Federal Bureau of Investigation for labeling their fans a "loosely-organized hybrid gang." Today, they began that bomb-ass super-fresh wig-flippin' process.
Picture this: Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope of Insane Clown Posse sitting in a theater lecherously reviewing Carly Rae Jepsen's music video for "Call Me Maybe" MST3K-meets-Beavis-and-Butt-head-style while Pop-Up Video bubbles let them know Carly is old enough to legally lust over.
You might think Insane Clown Posse's people—known as the Juggalos—are just a group of face-painting teenagers who wonder how magnets work. Not so, says the FBI's 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment. To the feds, Juggalos are a "loosely-organized hybrid gang" that are "forming more organized subsets and engaging in more gang-like criminal activity."
Ignoring the history of scientific observation, ICP's "Miracles" asks the tough questions ("fuckin' magnets: how do they work?"), and investigates every order of natural phenomena, from rainbows to DNA, chocking it all up to magic. There's no denying Juggalogic!
• CBS has released more footage from Morley Safer's interview with Anna Wintour from this Sunday's 60 Minutes. In this installment, Anna explains why she insists on wearing sunglasses indoors. (The answer: It's her "armor.") [CBS]
• Matthew Williamson's second collection for H&M arrived in stores today. [Racked]
• LVMH may be buying a stake in the green fashion line backed by Bono. [WSJ]
• A retrospective on fashion photographer Richard Avedon opens tomorrow at the International Center of Photography. Cathy Horyn looks back. [NYT]