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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.

Are juggalos threatening to attack Mc Hammer like they Did to Tila Teqila at the gathering?

Juggalos have been talking about throwing stuff at mc hammer on various websites and now tmz is reporting it
i would not be supprised if mc hammer and mick foley are the targets this year.


MC Hammer — Juggalo Death Wish
6/7/2011 12:45 AM PDT by TMZ Staff

MC Hammer is risking serious bodily injury — because the rapper has agreed to perform at the 2011 Gathering of the Juggalos … just one year after TWO performers were brutally attacked by fans.

The Insane Clown Posse — the group behind the GOJ — just announced the return of the 4-day concert via YouTube … with a line-up that includes MC Hammer, Psycho Jesus, and Lil Wyte.

Tila Tequila and Method Man were featured performers at last year’s Gathering — but each left the stage dripping with blood after fans went ballistic … and pelted them with rocks and beer cans.

The concert is set to go down in August — leaving Hammer with a whole 2 months to change his mind … unless he really needs the money.

Charlie sheen at the gathering ???

The current rumer is charlie sheen will be attending the gathering. I hope they give him a tila tequila welcome.

Don’t fuck up The Juggalo Gathering 2011

This juggalette cannot go to the gathering as she is giving birth at gathering time but next year she wants to go with her 1 year old child
so if you juggalos go there and cause problems this juggalo will get you.

We are lucky we even have another gathering after what happened last year.. this goes out to all the fuck heads that fucked up the show and caused problems for Psychopathic. Don’t fuck it up again this year. because a lot of people want to continue going to the gathering, but if people decide to cause problems again, then we might not have another one. Psychopathic got sued due to last years assholes who fucked up the show. If you have any respect for Psychopathic then you will respect what it has to offer.

Juggalo holocaust influences next jokers card – mighty death pop

Looks like the juggalo holocaust , the attack by juggalos on tila tequila and alleged bias media influenced mighty death pop.

From a juggalo

“It’s currently in production as of earlier this month, Violent J said himself that all of the anger they’ve had pent up from all the bs, like the juggalo holocaust, tila tequila, and biased media coverage, would be poured into this album, the 2nd of the next 6 jokers cards of the new hand…so I ask: What are you expecting? What is your take on it, how do you think it’ll sound? We may have gotten a sneak peak of whats to come with the songs “scary kids”, “this halloween is crazy” and “born on halloween” with violent j and vanilla ice, all made for hallowicked. ”

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!!

Ban the Gathering

Insane clown posse sell out – Bamboozle festival + warning for all attendees

Insane clown posse have sold out and gone mainstream playing at Bamboozle festival.
However icp and juggalos selling out is not the main problem with this, The safty for all non juggalo attendees is the main issue, please watch out and keep safe from juggalos and their actions , such as flying rocks and bottles . juggalos pouring soda on innocent people ruining clothes in the name of faygo showers or robbing you blind .
Worst move ever for Bamboozle. I don’t want to deal with Juggalos ruining Bamboozle. Does Bamboozle NOT understand how much crap is gonna happen because of this.

Juggalos Stealing from Poor Sick Children – Holiday Heat

A while ago the Insane Clown Posse ran a toy drive where for every toy donated the juggalo who donated said toy would receive the album Holiday heat for free. While this toy drive might of been a commendable act and good PR for the insane clown posse , The vast majority of juggalos have not donated a toy and pirated the album , and those that have ended up selling the album on ebay for a quick buck – Stealing Toys from sick children and robbing from charity.

While this juggalo toy drive was supposed to show that juggalos are not all bad and are good people who give to charity ,Most likely created to try and repair their image of a violent gang who attack females like Tila Tequila, Sugar Slams toy drive has failed and now she will be weeping after the vast majority of juggalos pirated the album – holiday heat and donated nothing , ruining many sick and poor childrens Christmases – Whoop whoop has now been replaced by Bah Humbug.

I think its time to change the lyrics to Santas a Fat Bitch from

Santa Claus is a fat bitch
Another year and I aint get shit


Juggalos are a big fat bitch – Another Year and sick children aint getting shit.


Icp Bows down to Method Man

But wont apologize to tila

Violent J tells the Village Voice he apologized to Method Man “because one asshole made the Juggalos look bad.”

The Insane Clown Posse can’t quite figure out why Vanilla Ice and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony get great crowd responses during their Gathering of the Juggalos events while Too Short and Method Man get booed and sometimes even assaulted.

“It’s hit or miss,” Violent J told Camille Dodero of the Village Voice. “Some artists go up there and seem to not have a clue [about Juggalos]. And that insults Juggalos, I think! When they’re at their own festival and the artists don’t have a clue.”

ICP said that, by and large, Juggalos were awesome, but one person showed a decidedly different side when he threw a beer can at Method Man and almost knocked the rapper unconscious during an August performance. The assault resulted in a bloody gash on Method Man’s face and possible legal action.

“I said, ‘I’m sorry we didn’t come over and give you a quick briefing on what’s up,'” Violent J explained. “But we really honestly assumed they knew and they didn’t — and that’s unfortunate because one asshole made the Juggalos look bad. [Method Man] told me it almost knocked him unconscious it hit him so hard. And that’s fucked. I don’t want him to think that’s all Juggalos. We all didn’t throw that.”

An explanation of the Juggalo’s assault on Tila Tequila, and how Psychopathic Records lost roughly $15,000 during this year’s Gathering, are available in the full Village Voice interview.

Methodman Redman and tila tequila – Honorary members of the Juggalo holocaust

Methodman ,Redman and tila tequila have now been named as Honorary members of the Juggalo holocaust. Keep up the good fight guys and lets finish this juggalo problem once and for all.