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2002 Gathering of the Juggalos – The Bubba Sparxxx Award sets trend for future rock and bottle attacks


“The Bubba Sparxxx Award” is a term given to any group that is unwanted and annoys the audience and will get things thrown at the stage and bottled while performing. For example, In 2002, rapper Bubba Sparxxx during a performance at The “Gathering of the Juggalos” was bottled and heckled and left the stage for obvious reasons during his set. Ever since then, the term has become a part of the lexicon.
So with this The Bubba Sparxxx Award being given to tila tequila who will this years unlucky juggalo victim be ??

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 going to riot at gathering – eminem attending??



Looks like juggalos are planning a riot “Complete Chaos” as eminem might be attending the gathering of the juggalos 2011.

already some comments have made threats to his safety , and knowing how much hate eminem has recived in the past , worse things then what juggalos did to tela tequila might occur.
If i was a parent , i would not allow my children to attend.

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ICP’s Juggalos Riot, Punch Police Horse, Cut Clowns’ Set Short At Fan Convention
Rappers forced to flee own fans at Gathering of the Juggalos in Toledo, Ohio.

OLEDO, Ohio — At the end of their three-day-long fan festival here, the Insane Clown Posse finally met a force more powerful than the Dark Carnival, the shadowy supernatural presence that they say drives them to put on makeup and rap about killing people. That force was their own fans, who brought the Gathering of the Juggalos to a chaotic, Faygo-drenched conclusion Sunday night. Sugary mist from gallons of soda filled the air at the SeaGate Centre as hundreds of fans charged the main stage, forcing ICP’s Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope to flee — and end their set before it even reached the halfway point. As the house lights went on and police in riot gear waited just outside the building, Juggalos — as ICP fans call themselves — tore apart the carnival-themed stage set and destroyed ICP’s sound equipment.

On the concert floor, shirtless, face-painted fans chanted ICP lyrics and sprayed various flavors of Faygo on each other until the area in front of the stage became a soda swamp. ICP manager Alex Abbiss took the stage and chided fans for violating Juggalo etiquette — fans aren’t supposed to destroy the stage until the final song, he reminded them. Abbiss begged Juggalos not to tear up the city of Toledo on their way out. “If they say [you] left and rioted in Toledo, there’ll never be another gathering,” he shouted. Police continued to wait outside by a stage door — tapping riot batons against their hands — but angry fans left more or less in peace, despite cries of “bulls—,” “bulls—.” Outside, police on horseback kept order. “We’ll see you all next year at the gathering of 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada,” Abbiss said, garnering the festival’s final cheers. The mostly teenage fans at the gathering — approximately 6,600 strong, according to Psychopathic Records — spent the three days attending seminars, listening to music, watching live wrestling matches, getting free tattoos and face paint, and chanting “f— Eminem.” The event’s unwritten dress code called for black ICP T-shirts (preferably emblazoned with an obscenity), hair in brightly colored braids and, ideally, clown makeup. A surprising number of fans wore shirts and even tattoos touting Twiztid, a rap group on ICP’s label who look and sound like ICP’s Mini-Me’s. ICP’s Sunday night performance was supposed to end with the revelation of a key bit of Insane Clown Posse mythology — the “Sixth Joker’s Card.” But fans destroyed the mechanism that the rap duo would have used to reveal the card, whatever it was, according to Abbiss. “I’ve been waiting eight f—ing years to find out what that card is,” moaned Jason Gronos, a 25-year-old Juggalo from Detroit, as he wandered outside after the gathering’s end. “It’s like a big heartbreak.” Numerous Juggalos said they were disappointed with their brethren for cutting ICP’s show short, with many blaming the incident on the group’s youngest fans.

But Jay Diamond, a 26-year-old from Chattanooga, Tennessee, said he was among those who stormed the stage, and that those who did not join him were not real ICP fans. “They’re not hardcore. They’re scared,” he said. Diamond said that ICP should have figured out a way to continue their set despite the chaos. No one was seriously hurt, according to police. A Toledo police spokesperson said that officers arrested one person on Sunday for property destruction, but it was unclear when the arrest occurred. In total, police arrested about 300 juggalo over the course of the event for such crimes as disorderly conduct, vandalism and, memorably, punching a police horse, according to police Sgt. Richard Murphy. A number of rappers on ICP’s Psychopathic Records, along with roadies and hangers-on, got into a large-scale brawl at a hotel adjacent to the event on Saturday night, according to witnesses and police. Murphy said that police made arrests related to the fight, but was unable to provide details. Its ending aside, fans said that they’d had a great time at the Gathering of the Juggalos. The event began on Friday and included performances by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Vanilla Ice and Three 6 Mafia, along with numerous rappers on ICP’s label.

Last year’s inaugural gathering in Novi, Michigan, also ended with fans storming the stage, and a small riot in the parking lot. For the most part, Juggalos were peaceful during this year’s gathering. They did show a strong tendency to greet female fans (Juggalettes) with the cry, “show your t–s,” however. ICP masterminds Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope signed autographs each day, and took fans’ worshipful questions in seminars. In Saturday’s seminar, Violent J even — inexplicably — treated several hundred Juggalos to a hoarse-voiced acoustic rendition of Pearl Jam’s “Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town.” “If I had my way, every day would be a Juggalo gathering,” Violent J told
fans.

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