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Juggalo talks about violent JJ incident – Why Twiztid Left Psychopathic records



This Juggalo claims that people are saying twiztid attacked violent jj – a child.
That is not the rumor , the rumor is one of twiztids security guards accidentally hit violent jj when twiztid and violent j had a argument and got heated.

Twiztid Leave Psychopathic Records – Welcomed with open arms by the Juggalo holocaust Family


http://www.lotbjh.athena-server.com/index.php/topic,1825.0.html

I would like to take this moment to officially welcome Twiztid to the Juggalo Holocaust.
Seems they are also no longer referring to fans as juggalos – so you know what that means .

http://www.lotbjh.athena-server.com/index.php/topic,1825.0.html

Boondox turns on Violent J , Psychopathic records and Sugar Slam


Looks Like Psy hurt his feelings , said hes stopping the clown shit and took a shot at sugar slam.

Psychopathic records member and Juggalo Coolio And Son Grtis Arrested And Booked In Same Las Vegas Jail: Rapper Busted For Traffic Violation, Son For Robbery And Kidnapping


WHOOP WHOOP
LOOK AT WHO PSY WORKS WITH AND IS A SELF CONFESED JUGGALO

Coolio’s oldest son — who appeared on the family reality show “Coolio’s Rules” –is locked up in a Nevada jail … after allegedly teaming up with a Vegas hooker to rob some dude at gunpoint.

TMZ has learned … 22-year-old Grtis Ivey (who went by “Artis” on the reality show) … was arrested on November 14, 2011 for allegedly busting into a Vegas apartment with a gun and forcing the tenant into the bathroom … while he and a female prostitute named Shantrice Wilkerson ransacked the place.

But the back story is INSANE.

According to the police report, obtained by TMZ … Shantrice was trollin’ at LAX nightclub at the Luxor on October 26 … and met a guy named Joseph Hall … who didn’t know she was a call girl.

The two hit it off … and Wilkerson told him that she had a “dream” of having sex on a pile of money.

Hall asked if $5,000 was OK … she agreed … and the two eventually went back to Hall’s apartment to grab the cash out of a safe.

According to the report, the two bounced to Wilkerson’s pad to do the deed … but before it went down, Wilkerson asked for money … and Hall flipped out and left.

But cops say, Wilkerson REMEMBERED where Hall lived … and brought Grtis to the place 3 days later so they could rob it.

According to the report … Grtis entered the pad with a gun … and ordered Hall’s rooommate into the bathroom while he and the hooker stole a safe, 2 iPads, 2 laptops, passports, and anything else that wasn’t nailed down.

Cops say the roommate was able to identify Coolio’s son and the hooker — and both were arrested on a slew of charges including robbery with a deadly weapon, first degree kidnapping and grand larceny.

Both Grtis and Wilkerson told cops they never brought a gun to the apartment … and Wilkerson admitted to stealing some of the stuff.

Grtis is being held without bail … and is due to face a judge on Monday.

Like father, like son …

TMZ has learned rapper Coolio was arrested in Las Vegas today … and is currently behind bars at the same jail as his kid.

Law enforcement tells TMZ … Coolio was a passenger in a Nissan Versa which was pulled over for a routine traffic violation early Friday morning.

We’re told the cops ran Coolio’s name in the system and noticed he had 2 active bench warrants out for his arrest stemming from multiple traffic violations.

Coolio was arrested and hauled to Clark County Detention Center — the same place where his son Grtis is rotting away for allegedly robbing some dude at gunpoint a few months ago.

Coolio’s bail has been set at $5,850. A court date has not yet been set.

Esham – u aint got nothing on me – diss to psychopathic records



Psychopathic Nazis enjoy this new diss by esham , dude has your number

Esham – The reason why he left Psychopathic Records / insane clown posse- Racism



AllHipHop.com: A lot of die hard Esham fans never understood why you went over to ICP’s label for a few albums.

Esham: I thought they would share some of the millions I help them generate, by letting them bite the wicket s**t. But when I saw there was no room for elevation I couldn’t f**k with the good old boys… still in this race running up against these racists.

Axe Murder Boyz – Why AMB quit psychopathic records



Juggalos already turning on their own members of psychopathic records
Juggalos have 0 loyalty and its no wonder amb have left psy and if they havent they need to .
more discussion and the truth at http://planet-lotb.com

Axe Murder Boys – Amb Drop the hatchet – Planet lotb tattoo ???


The axe murder boys have left psychopathic records after a lot of fighting with them and other artists. Their images and radio are gone , what is weird is why there is no information about this and psychopathic records have not issued a statment .

From what we know the axe murder boys have been having beef and drama over a planet lotb tattoo they received which caused violent j and shaggy 2 dope to get very mad and now fire them.


http://planet-lotb.com

amb leave psycopathoc records

 

Planet lotb and Jh causes another causlity and another member to leave psychopathic records.

Gathering of the Juggalos 2002 – More Riots and Tear Gas


Wow arnt juggalos the nicest people – looks like their family reuions are more like family riots heres the words from icp about the 2002 gathering which involved rock and egg throwing – administered by icp themselves to juggalos – sort of like the till attack 8 years later……

This year’s Gathering of the Juggalos was by far the biggest and best one yet. When you have over eight thousand Juggalos crammed into one place, the Peoria Civic Center, there are many opportunities for disaster and chaos. One such event did occur during the Gathering when a riot occurred shortly after police tried to stop Juggalettes from showing what their mothers gave them. Soon tear gas bellowed down the halls of the center and mass confusion set in. But this did not spell doom for the Gathering. Immediately assessing the situation, Jumpsteady and Alex Abbiss arrived on the scene and began negotiations with the police and the Juggalos present. It did not take long for the two dons to quickly bring things back to order. This however was one of the only bones that the Gathering witnessed; the entire three day event went crazy-smooth and almost everyone present had the best time of their lives.

The Gathering hosted the highest attendance record ever, and why wouldn’t it? There was so much going on that even the veteran Juggalos were dazzled by the awesome display. One of the freshest happenings at the Gathering was Juggalo Court. The judicial hammer of Judge High Bone came crashing down (sometimes literally) on all those who held a weak case against their opponent. And how did justice punish the guilty? Those accused of stale tactics spun the Wheel of Bone. Some had their heads shaved; others were placed against a wall and fired upon by egg throwing representatives of law and order. It didn’t matter if you won or you lost in court, either way all present got schooled by the Psychopathic Judicial System.

Much energy was released in other challenging events. If you were ready to take on the world (or another Juggalo), you had several avenues to take in order to vent out your inner power. X-Box brought to you the devastating first-person shooter, Halo, in an arena-style, free-for-all, shoot-em-up that allowed up to sixteen Juggalos to go postal on each other with simulated hot lead and explosions. Bouncy Boxing and the Jousting Championship brought a more personal level to getting rid of your excess heat. What better way to let off some energy than pummeling your opponent with oversized boxing gloves or gigantic padded sticks? But the biggest draw of all these and more was definitely the Dodge Ball event. Hundreds of Juggalos waited for their turn to have the chance to whip a thick rubber ball at another Juggalo’s nugget. (MORE THROWING OF THINGS) There was no lack of activities for the Juggalo with a competitive spirit.

Many artists, including everyone here at Psychopathic Records, have started at the bottom and have worked their way up to the mad levels of freshness that they currently hold. Can you do the same? Well, many Juggalos had that once in a life time opportunity to have their flavor on a CDÉ courtesy of Psychopathic Records. It was the Good, the Bad, and the Down-n-Ugly present at this big draw but they all schooled their flavor, even getting the masses watching to join in.

And what Gathering would not be complete without Faygo? The people of Peoria may never have heard of this drink before but now it is burned into their minds forever. The Faygo Drinking Competition is the culmination of this truth. Juggalos were spraying the stage with bile and whatever they had recently ate in order to prove that they were the Master Faygo Consumer.

There were seminars were Juggalos could listen to and speak with their favorite Psychopathic artists. Each of them was outstanding but the most powerful and moving seminar of all was the ICP seminar on Sunday. Emotions ran high as Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope spoke to the packed seminar roomÉ spoke to the Juggalos for the first time in person since they had went into hiding. Many cried and even the hardest Juggalo present could not ignore the lump in his throat because the reaction to their return was so devastating. The Wicked Clowns were back and there was no denying it.

But what Gathering would be without wrestling and live performances? Juggalo Championshit Wrestling was in the house, schooling their fresh tactics in the first hexagon ring ever used in the United States. Bodies were crushed and limbs were smashed to a pulp in an unprecedented display of wrestling carnage; all for the enjoyment of the Juggalos present. And then there were the shows. Unbelievable. There was so much flavor and energy being pumped out at each show… the only way you could truly feel the impact was if you were present.

In all the Gathering of the Juggalos 2002 event was the best three days you could have possibly imagined. It was mind-bending. It was devastating. It was level ten thousand freshness. It was the most pivotal event for Psychopathic Records to date and if the only knowledge you have of the occurrences of those three days is this review, then you got the bone. When the Gathering comes around again you have to be there. Even if you were schooled by it this time, as impossible as it sounds, the next one will be even more off the hook!

Does that mean there is going to be a gathering of the Juggalos 2003? Have you been reading this review? Of course we are! We are already in the works preparing for the next Gathering. We are laying out the game plan; looking into the next location of the greatest annual event ever, checking up on what can be improved, and putting the lock down on some new and improved fresh flavor to make this next Gathering totally off the chain. Without a doubt, ninja, we are coming back again and it is going to be totally psychopathic!

We want to hear what you have to say about it all, so we threw together this survey so we could get some more detailed feedback and know what to keep from this year, what to bring back from previous years, what went well and what people weren’t feeling, all so next year’s Gathering will be even MORE off the hook! So hit that up and let us know what you think!!

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Juggalos / Insane clown posse – Possible gang affiliation casts new police light on these clowns


OGDEN — Juggalos are the fastest-growing gang in Ogden, police officials say. But are all those with painted faces and an appreciation for Insane Clown Posse considered gang members?

Hundreds of area law enforcement officials met Wednesday at the Ogden Megaplex Theater to learn the ins and outs of the Juggalo lifestyle during the Northern Utah Gang and Youth Violence Conference.

“It’s a major concern,” said Ogden Police Lt. Scott Conley. “We have individuals (dressed like Juggalos) congregating and people asking about them.”

A Juggalo is defined as an individual who is a fan of the rap duo Insane Clown Posse, who started calling their fans Juggalos after performing a song titled “The Jugglas.”

Followers often wear distinct face makeup and certain symbols, such as the hatchet man, the logo of Psychopathic Records, the record label of ICP.

The keynote speaker for Wednesday’s presentation works with law enforcement and Juggalos in Texas. He asked not to be identified because he wasn’t approved to talk to the media and he didn’t want his investigations to be compromised.

He painted a picture of Juggalos as people who often feel alienated or left out of their communities.

“It’s really a fun, interesting subculture,” he said. “It’s designed around reaching to those who feel like they don’t belong.”

The speaker said group members identify themselves as a family.

The music from ICP and Psychopathic Records often has extremely violent undertones.

“What we have here is a genre that has blended old school rap with horror movies,” the speaker said, referring to the genre as “horror core.”

While being a fan of ICP, or even dressing as a Juggalo, does not automatically make a person part of a gang, many of the Juggalos have committed crimes — as simple as graffiti and as serious as murder — in groups.

“Just because you’re a Juggalo doesn’t mean you are a gangster,” the speaker said. “There just happen to be Juggalo gangsters.”

Conley said police have seen an increased presence of Juggalos in the Ogden community, which prompted the decision to make Juggalos a gang conference topic.

“We have had incidents with threats with a weapon. We’ve stopped them when they’ve had weapons,” he said. “We’re concerned about activities.”

Conley said police also have seen an increase in violent activities and crime from the Juggalos in the area.

Who are Juggalos?

Juggalos and Juggalettes (female Juggalos) are fans of Insane Clown Posse, the hip-hop duo of Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope who perform a style of hardcore hip-hop that often has extreme violent undertones.

Juggalos often wear face paint, wear images associated with ICP, such as the hatchet man and evil clowns, and are fans of the soft drink Faygo.

While not all Juggalos are gang members, some do commit violent acts in groups, which qualifies them as a gang.

Source: Northern Utah Gang and Youth Violence Conference