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.
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!
Seriously people, Juggalos haven't gotten the recognition they deserve. They're like Libertarians but with more face paint, f-bombs, and threats of rape. Thanks to Juggalo news, we finally have a new juggavoice in the 24-hour news landscape.
Fittingly, the premiere for this movie was in Detroit, where they have absolutely nothing to look forward to other than the complete and total collapse of their infrastructure and this.
Mensa members Juggalos (fans of Horrorcore, or in layman's terms—the worst music ever to grace this planet, including Reggaeton sung by fat children), braved the frigid temperatures to see the movie. One person drove from freaking Kentucky to go to the premiere.