Insane Clown Posse

Insane Clown Posse Are Officially Suing the FBI

What, you thought they were bluffing? A Juggalo cannot tell a lie!
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Those who thought ICP were frontin' when they threatened to sue the FBI can go rattle a 2-liter of Faygo and let it explode in their face, because the Insane Clown Posse are legitimately suing the Federal Bureau of Investigation for designating Juggalos a gang in 2011.

On August 24, ICP demanded the Feds fork over whatever information led them to label Juggalos a gang in four states. That Freedom of Information Act request was ignored by the bureau, so now the outsider hip hop community is putting its money where its makeup-covered mouth is and suing the FBI.

When we caught up with Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J back in August, they explained why they take this issue very seriously. "It gets laughs out of people but think about it—that's insane. To name our fanbase a gang with Crips and Bloods and MS-13s... I don't know where to begin with that sh*t," J says. "Does that mean our concerts are gang rallies now? Does that mean our merchandise is gang apparel?"

For an example of just how dangerous ICP can be to Uncle Sam, you're advised to check out Insane Clown Posse's analysis of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" video, which is filled with various threats to national security. And to see this "gang" in action at their annual rally, you can browse our Gathering of the Juggalos 2012 photo gallery and decide for yourself if these kids partying in the woods are a serious danger to the moral fabric of this country.

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