As part of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed last month against rap-metal physics students Insane Clown Posse, Kid Rock received a subpoena ordering him to produce, within 14 days, a glass dildo he was allegedly given by a former ICP employee. Instead, Rock produced a missive entitled "All Parties Involved in This ICP Glass Dildo Case Can Shove One Up Their Ass: Kid Rock Responds."
Earlier this week, Kid Rock peered at his glass dildo and nodded solemnly, his eyes welling. He knew this day would one day come, but he was blindsided nonetheless. If the young blonde in his bed saw the tear roll down his cheek, she wouldn't have known why. Kid was keeping this secret deep inside: he had been notified via a subpoena that he must present the crystal clear sex toy, gifted to him by an employee of Insane Clown Posse, as evidence in a sexual harassment trial.
The U.S. Justice Department, busy with many, many other much more important things, has asked a judge to throw out a lawsuit filed by members of the Insane Clown Posse that objects to the FBI's 2011 classification of the group of Faygo-swillers as a "violent gang." The feds simply do not have time for this shit.
Late yesterday, Andrea Pellegrini, the former in-house publicist and legal counsel for Insane Clown Posse and their label Psychopathic Records, filed an extensive lawsuit against the Detroit company that not only named both members of ICP, but also accused her former employers of harassment, wrongful termination, and infliction of emotional distress. The 17-page complaint, processed in Michigan's Oakland County Court and posted below, includes an inter-office anecdote about "vagina tighteners" and a dildo. A defendant's nickname is "Dirty Dan."
Gawker's resident expert on Juggalo culture, Camille Dodero, is attending the annual Gathering of the Juggalos, a five-day music festival hosted by Detroit's horrorcore rappers Insane Clown Posse, who proudly advertise themselves as the "Most Hated Band in the World." This is the first of her dispatches.
Tomorrow night, Insane Clown Posse’s first national television show, Insane Clown Posse Theater, debuts on the Fuse network. Developed from a string of viral spots in which Michigan harlequins Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope riffed on Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" and Les Misérables, the eight-episode series is a web-spun mash of Mystery Science 3000, Beavis and Butthead, and Bozo’s Big Top. Whatever it is, it will surely be memorable.
It's that time of the year again, the time in which Insane Clown Posse have released their homespun infomercial for the horrorcore duo's annual Gathering of the Juggalos, held this year from August 7 through the 11.
Last night on The Simpsons, four Moe's Tavern regulars won the Springfield Lottery, a $200,000 prize to be split among Homer, Lenny, Carl, and Moe—except that Carl disappeared with the winning ticket. As they searched Carlson's apartment for clues, Moe wished his former friend a particularly unlovely fate, which you can see in the above clip: death by urinal at the Gathering of the Juggalos.
A few years ago, a talented actress and musical genius named Tila Tequila was invited to a clown festival in the Midwestern woods, to perform with some Ringling Brothers gigolos. Or something like that, she didn't read the e-mails. But the booking paid damn well for her live karaoke performance, and the worst thing that could possibly happen at a clown camp would be a flower squirting her in the eye, so she took the gig.
What better way to celebrate the upcoming release of Les Misérables than by watching acclaimed FBI-suing horrorcore duo Insane Clown Posse dissect the film's trailer. Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J discuss the film's origins ("If you remember back in the day, all these Broadway plays and shit, dawg. It's a take off on that."), its stars ("Look, fucking Wolverine is in it.") and an elephant's ass ("Whoa, is that an elephant's ass?"). At the clip's end, Violent J summed up the duo's take.