Monthly Archives: January 2012

Juggalowned – Tila Tequila Fan Owns Juggalos

“It’s not right people judge us all based on what a few people did, but it’s completely Tila’s fault that it happened. I mean, did you see how she dressed? She’s a whore! And her music sucks! One of the people on stage committed the Unpardonable Sin of not knowing our group’s jargon! Tila didn’t immediately cave to our abuse and stood up for herself instead of cowering with her tail between her legs! What else could rational people do other than assault her??!”

How sad are the juggalos commenting on this blog? How much can you whine about being misunderstood without seeing the blatant irony? This attack is the clearest possible example of the lack of empathy in this group. You want to be understood? Try understanding others yourselves. It’s shouldn’t be too taxing on your imaginations to figure out that none of you would appreciate being pelted with objects, chased into a trailer, and terrorized while a mob outside tried to break in. Imagine standing in there, waiting for them to come in, and having that time to picture all the horrific things that might happen when they did. I’m sure Tila expected to die that night, I know I would have. But it’s okay to subject another person to something like this because YOU didn’t like her and her music. Your right to listen to a different musical artist is more important than her right not to be harmed. Fantastic.

While your victim blaming and slut shaming are unsurprising, please know these tired excuses are as old as mankind. Those poor, helpless juggalos- they are in no way responsible for their actions! It’s interesting you would defend these people by arguing they are mindless idiots with no impulse control. Then you wonder why this doesn’t endear you to others.

Instead of blaming the world for your problems, try taking a look at your own lives and owning up to your actions. It’s beyond pathetic to blame Tila for the crowd’s actions, as though they are not autonomous individuals capable of higher thinking. Instead of raving about “haters” and being misunderstood, try to understand others. See Tila’s perspective of that terrifying night, for a start. Instead of ranting about hypocrisy in others, try looking at your own hypocrisy. I see nothing “kind, giving, loving” nor do I see anything illustrating “family” in a mob assault on a small group of people. Sorry.

I get that you can’t control every member of your group. I get there are assholes in every group who ruin things for others. But you don’t DEFEND those assholes and rationalize their behavior! The only reason to do that is if you SUPPORT their actions. Given the angry, hateful, vitriol posted by the juggalos here (a few of which laughingly label themselves as nice people), this sort of violence appears to be par for the course in your culture.

This comment thread is truly my first exposure to juggalos and you seem like a terrifying, hateful, angry, violent group. I’m sure this will be completely disregarded and chalked up to “hating” on your group, but it’s my honest impression. Though it appears the opinions of those outside of the group are not valued in the juggalo community.

Speaking of beliefs, it’s certainly your right to believe women should be stoned and attacked for their morals or perceived lack thereof. However, others don’t have to agree with you. Just as you are asking for the right to hold your beliefs, you have to extend that same right to others. Be happy millions of people in other parts of the world agree with you and regularly rape, beat, or stone females to death for having “objectionable” morals. To them, women are not really people and it is society’s job to abuse them until they submit. This seems to be an ideology many of you can get behind. Just don’t expect all of us to accept it.

Honestly, this incident and the juggalo comments here make me very worried for the females involved with this group, some of whom posted in defense of this assault. I sincerely hope members of their “family” never one day decide to attack them for a breach of morals. While society in general supports rape culture and the subjugation of women, most people would be opposed to the assault on Tila. Your group’s defense of it sends a VERY strong and clear message.

The bottom line is this should not have happened. It doesn’t matter if you don’t like Tila, her music, her morals, or any other asinine detail about her. She still did not deserve to be attacked. This is not right. It doesn’t matter whether she was warned or not before taking the stage. (Why did she need to be warned about going in front of such a delightful group of caring individuals who are all about family and understanding in the first place??) No person deserves to be physically assaulted because you don’t like their music.

Don’t like her songs? Too fucking bad. Grow up, be an adult, and ignore her. There was nothing keeping those people at that stage. Instead of throwing a tantrum and abusing her, you could have simply moved on. Again, I’m amazed that so few of these juggalos even considered that option.

The worst, though, is all of those defending the juggalos who did assault her. It’s one thing to be caught up in the moment, in the excitement of a crowd. It’s another thing entirely to look at this scenario objectively, after the fact, and say it was acceptable.

Insane Clown Posses – Mighty Death Pop – The Least Anticipated Album of 2012,1937.msg22583

“Record Label: One with particularly low standards. They probably own it. If not, I have no explanation for how this keeps happening.

The Sad Details: Are you an overweight 14-year-old who feels like your parents don’t understand you? If so, this is probably the album for you. Also, shut the hell up. It’s not that your parents don’t understand you, it’s just that raising a child who wears clown makeup without being paid for it means they rightfully view you as a massive disappointment.

As for the rest of you, I doubt you need me to tell you all the myriad reasons why a new ICP album is not an event that should be greeted with fanfare and adulation. But I’m going to anyway, because there is literally nothing on this earth more enjoyable than angering Juggalos.

For one thing, a new ICP album means that, no matter how hard we’ve prayed for it, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope or whatever they’re calling themselves these days have not perished in a fiery plane crash. Which, when you really think about it, makes perfect sense. Death by plane crash is a fate mostly reserved for legends. These two have no right being in that club, even if it would make the world a much better place. That doesn’t mean we can’t daydream about it, though. In fact, let’s all pause to do just that right now.

I get on cracked this morning and the first thing I saw was these two blithering idiots. Whole article is pretty funny, but the very first one is Mighty Death Pop.



Insane clown posse wants juggalos to support sopa and pipa

insane clown posse want the sopa and pipa acts to pass.
please juggalos support icp in supporting sopa and pipa.

Crazy Juggalo Cult Comment

WOW 9th jokers card album has more meaning to some people then others……

Welcome to the begining of the end. The coming of the Nine will mark the end. Lo and behold, none of this matters. So good luck and god speed, I’m waiting for the wagons to come and take me to Shangri-La. Whether or not anyone really believes it, is trivial. I believe. So while ya’ll are still bitching about the stupid shit, I will be ready. For my death and the death of all. I feel the light upon me, I can only hope that others see the light and accept it to fill them with warmth to take them from the cold embrace of nothingness. Look upon me for I have no doubt in my heart, your hate cannot touch me, your pain saddens me, your sadness I can feel, your heart I wish to hold to warm with my love I have for all and you still hate me. I may be a juggalo, I may want the world to burn, but I love all people. There is just alot that people do that disapoint me, my heart aches with the knowledge that they know no better, but ignorance will only go so far. When you look the end in the eye you must ask yourself one of two things; What is waiting for me? or Is this it? Mine will always be the latter, I have no fear. Can anyone else say the same? I doubt it. I stand for I fall for nothing, I am light, fear for me is nothing more than my heart fluttering. If the world lasts another 10,000 years after this, I will be forever grateful. Thank you all and may light shine on your soul to take away the darkness. MCL.

Juggalo Bully Stabbed – Victim Walks Free,1782.msg21567/boardseen.html#new

A Florida teen who stabbed his classmate to death last year will not face murder charges, a judge ruled on Wednesday.
Collier County Judge Lauren Brodie agreed that 15-year-old Jorge Saavedra acted in self-defense when he knifed Dylan Nuno, 16, after a fight at a bus stop, WINK-TV reported.
“(He) had more than enough reason to believe he was in danger of death or great bodily harm,” she wrote in her decision.
Saavedra, who was 14 at the time of the killing, was protected under Florida’s Stand Your Ground law, which stipulates that people can defend themselves if they feel threatened by any means necessary, NBC 2 reported.
Brodie heard from multiple witnesses who testified that Nuno initiated the fight and had been harassing Saavedra for more than a year.
“The facts were consistent. There was a group of boys harassing Mr. Saavedra, repeatedly threatening Mr. Saavedra, on the day this incident happened,” Saavedra’s attorney Donald Day said. “Not one boy, but a group of boys had threatened physical violence.”
In his testimony at the trial, Saavedra testified that Nuno told him, “Today’s the day” — meaning they were going to fight — when he got on the bus. Nuno then followed him off the bus and a group of students circled the two, egging them on, according to reports.
Saavedra said he told Nuno he didn’t want to fight, but Nuno hit him in the back of the head and continued to punch him.
Saavedra’s team also had anti-bullying experts testify.
“There were no winners today, and the Saavedra family is devastated over the tragedy. The family’s hope is that the schools take a more active role in stopping the escalating bullying violence that is occurring across the country,” Saavedra’s family said in a statement.

How do i know he was a Juggalo? All his friends were Juggalos:“Dylan+Nuno”+juggalo

First Juggalo Comments of 2012


ima sexy lette and fam is fuckin al i got kiss my ass haters we are awsome and im going to juggalo isand hehe peace out mmfwcl if u dont know what this means ur not a juggalo so fuc off mcl

Alex Knight

Suck my motha fuckin dick I am a proud Juggalo
Im not a gang member so you can fuck the fuck off bitches and yall aint fixin to do shit about it so shut the hell up about ending juggalos cause you never fuckin will. WHOOP WHOOP MMWKCL

2012 is going to be one hell of a year