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  • For Many Juggalos, The Culture Is Like Having A Surrogate Family on Random Untold Truths About Juggalos: What It Really Means To Be “Down With Clown”

    (#2) For Many Juggalos, The Culture Is Like Having A Surrogate Family

    Above all else, respect among peers is one of the most important philosophies in the Juggalo community. The group is like a second family, one that you can choose and will always have your back. A lot of Juggalos and Juggalettes identify as misfits or outcasts, people that the rest of the world would judge for their eccentricities.

    This is not the case amongst Juggalos, who leave their judgement at the door when it's time for a Gathering. It's almost impossible to find a Juggalo who doesn't feel like a part of a family whenever the fans get together.

     

  • The Juggalo Culture Saves Lives on Random Untold Truths About Juggalos: What It Really Means To Be “Down With Clown”

    (#3) The Juggalo Culture Saves Lives

    The sad reality for a lot of Juggalos is that, without their adoptive family, they would feel much more alone and rejected by society. Many are victims of abuse, including ICP themselves. Violent J claims to have barely escaped sexual abuse multiple times throughout his childhood, with one incident involving his stepfather's grandsons being particularly haunting. 

    The sense of comradery through music among Juggalos has saved the lives of some of the most vulnerable members. A Juggalo going by the name of Moon Brown spoke to Rolling Stone about what ICP meant to him, and he credits the Juggalo community with helping him push passed his suicidal thoughts by giving him a family. In his words, "ICP built a family for those who didn't have one."

  • Even ICP Themselves Are Dealing With The FBI Blowback on Random Untold Truths About Juggalos: What It Really Means To Be “Down With Clown”

    (#10) Even ICP Themselves Are Dealing With The FBI Blowback

    It's not just fans of Insane Clown Posse who are feeling the heat from the FBI; the band itself has been struggling to deal with the aftermath of the decision. Music venues across the country are hesitant to let them perform because of their supposed gang affiliations, which is severely affecting the duo's ability to make money.

    Even with the issues involving their gang status, the rappers are doing impressively well for a couple of Michigan scrubs. Their label, Psychopathic Records, makes about $10 million every year.

  • ICP Themselves Are Actually Devout Christians on Random Untold Truths About Juggalos: What It Really Means To Be “Down With Clown”

    (#6) ICP Themselves Are Actually Devout Christians

    Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope are known for spouting off some of the most offensive, over the top, and violent lyrics in the entire rap world. Their "Dark Carnival" mythos and the seemingly satanic imagery of their music videos might lead people to believe that the duo are a pair of godless heathens, but the truth might surprise you.

    Their insane and unholy image is merely facade, as they explained when they came out as devout evangelical Christians. They even wrote a song devoted to their coming out as Christians, "Thy Unveiling."

  • The ACLU Is Helping Juggalos Clear Their Name on Random Untold Truths About Juggalos: What It Really Means To Be “Down With Clown”

    (#11) The ACLU Is Helping Juggalos Clear Their Name

    Due to the civil rights and First Amendment implications of the FBI's unilateral decision, the issue has caught the rights of human rights advocates across the country. In January of 2014, the ACLU of Michigan, along with the two members of the Insane Clown Posse, jointly filed an official lawsuit against the federal government. The lawsuit aims to overturn the FBI's decision and allow Juggalos to freely express their love of ICP without the risk of legal consequences and financial consequences.

    For the thousands of Juggalos and Juggalettes who want to openly celebrate their musical preferences without repercussions, this lawsuit might be their only hope. 

  • Juggalos Have A Complicated Relationship With The Law on Random Untold Truths About Juggalos: What It Really Means To Be “Down With Clown”

    (#12) Juggalos Have A Complicated Relationship With The Law

    While the Juggalos marching on the nation's capital aimed to show the softer side of the community, not all Juggalos are law-abiding citizens. As with any population, there are definitely some bad apples that have committed some insane crimes. Some of the worst cases involve murder, bodily mutilation, and even necrophilia.

    Some Juggalos have even gone as far as acting out some of the more brutal lyrics of ICP songs, as two teenagers did when they hacked a wounded vet to death with a meat cleaver.

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Juggalo usually refers to the avid fans of hip hop bands, who are known for their exaggerated clown makeup and crazy behavior at concerts. Juggalos have developed their own idioms, slang, and characteristics. Juggalos’ party also known as the gathering, is a famous annual music festival organized by Juggalos and the artists that they support. Many people think they are strange and scary, but in fact, they are an organization that pursues love and friendliness.

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