We already told you all about how our buddies the Juggalos are throwing pretty much the year’s dopest festival this weekend (and how bad we wish we were there) featuring Danny Brown, DMX, carnival rides, wrestling, comedy shows, BBQ’s, drugs, booze, games, Ric Flair, and seminars – yes, seminars. And in the seminar tent this afternoon, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope made an announcement further fucking the game up – that they’d be taking legal action against the FBI for the FBI’s decision in November to classify Juggalos as a ““Loosely-Organized Hybrid Gang”” in its annual National Gang Threat Assessment report.
Yeah, these dudes are on some other shit, and they’re KILLING it.
Teasing it on Twitter as the “biggest announcement of [our] career”, they dropped the news of the lawsuit to the attendees at the Friday Gathering seminar, along with the announcement that Psychopathic records would be starting a Juggalos Fight Back website and campaign, compiling stories from Juggalos and Juggalettes about unfair treatment from law enforcement – there have already been ten arrests before things even got underway this weekend - that will be reviewed by Psychopathic Records’ legal team, further building the case against the FBI.
Against the fucking FBI.
Right now though, they’ll be throwing down for the next few days in Cave-in-Rock, Illinois, on private property, with their own security, where the government can’t do a got damn thing. So, to review: The Insane Clown Posse have taken up a fight against the FBI on behalf of their fanbase/movement, whist creating an autonomous region to be a safe haven for said movement. And said autonomous region has Ric Flair and Danny Brown in it.
When the fuck did these guys become so cool, again?Tweet