The Only Juggalos Story You Should Read Today

Jeff Neumann · 09/09/10 06:38AM

Last month in Illinois, the annual four day Gathering of the Juggalos turned ugly, with Tila Tequila getting pelted with rocks, beer and shit. But there's much more to the Gathering than attacks on microcelebrities, as the Village Voice discovers.

Australia's Newest Menace: Juggalos

Max Read · 08/03/10 12:31AM

"A notorious American youth gang... has hit Sydney," writes Australian tabloid The Daily Telegraph. Is it the Bloods? The Crips? The Latin Kings? No, it's the fearsome Midwestern clowns the Juggalos, obsessive fans of face-painted rappers Insane Clown Posse.

F*cking Magnets, How Do They Work?

Angelito Yambao Jr. · 06/15/10 01:43PM

While the Insane Clown Posse are probably best known for their brand of horrorcore style rap lyrics and minuscule stints in the pro-wrestling circuit, they've recently shown off their softer, more spiritual side with their video for their single "Miracles."

The Universe Mystifies Insane Clown Posse

Daniel Barnum-Swett · 04/14/10 10:45AM

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!

Insane Clown Posse's Incomprehensible 'Miracles' Video, Explained

Max Read · 04/14/10 01:57AM

Wondering why Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope, the clown-faced gentlemen who comprise "The Insane Clown Posse" are rapping about "miracles" like the Niagara falls, pyramids, and "fuckin' magnets" in their odd, internet-famous new video? Wonder no more!

Juggalo News Will Juggainform Your Juggamind

Mike Byhoff · 02/23/10 04:59PM

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.

Insane Clown Posse's Big Money Rustlas is an Actual Movie That Exists

Mike Byhoff · 01/26/10 05:05PM

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.