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How Easy Is It To Become A Juggalo?; Juggalo Segregation

I was reading some random blog the other day. I was at an entry where a guy said he was going to become a juggalo in order to “infiltrate” their “organization”, so he could see what makes them tick. Soon, this incredibly furious juggalo leaves a comment, claiming that someone cannot just become a juggalo. They have to be born a juggalo, because after all, they are “family”. He then said juggalos pretty much gravitate to eachother because they don't fit in anywhere else, and that juggalos are segregated in everyday life.

I won't bother quoting anything because I lost the blog, and even if I didn't, it's just a big jumble of angry words that makes your eyes feel as though they are being raped.

The Truth
Anybody can become a juggalo now-a-days. One way to become a modern juggalo is by slapping on an ICP shirt and randomly rapping Chicken Huntin' in front of other juggalos (they will then join in and shout the lyrics with you). Another way is by having an elitist a…

"Sick of Calling Myself a Juggalo"

More juggalo gang shit.

I recently came across a post on this blog from Oklahoma, from an "anonymous poster":

Im almost sick of calling myself a juggalo because of people being crazy and stupid my homie was killed by a juggalo because he thought he was a blood because he had all red on and he didn't see juggalo in white on his shirt. he thought he was part of a gang. being a juggalo isn't what it used to be people don't know what it means to be a juggalo anymore.
[Taken From Westside Neighborhood Watch]

The blog also mentions that if you were to take a juggalo from 1995, and compare them to a juggalo today, you'd get two completely different people. Truer words were never spoken.

Oh, and if you read the comments, it's full of juggalo gibberish. Especially from a 17 year old named Brooke who seems to have a broken Caps Lock button.

Juggalos Considered "Gang" In Pennsylvania, Arizona and Utah

I found something on the Internet that is downright sad.

It seems that a few states in the union consider juggalos to be "gang members".

The article about it is here:

"Last Monday, Anthony Locascio, 21, was lured to the woods by four acquaintances and struck with metal baseball bats 60 to 80 times, allegedly for ratting on a friend. Jeffrey A. Gombert, 19 and Curtis T. Foose, 25 of Hazleton; Andrew A. Tutko, 19 of McAdoo and Shane D. Roof, 20, formerly of Palmerton, were all charged with homicide, conspiracy, and aggravated assault. Locascio, Gombert and Foose refer to Insane Clown Posse on their MySpace pages, while the paper cites a source close to the investigation as saying that all five involved were Juggalos.

Monroe County detective Emmanuel Varkanis has been tracking Juggalos for about two years now. He and other authorities say they've identified 1,000 Insane Clown Posse fans …

What Is A Juggalo?

The Insane Clown Posse, and every group affiliated with their label Psychopathic Records, have a cult-like following of fans, like any independent group that's been around for almost 20 years. The modern base of their cult-like fan base is full of suburban wannabe gangbanger-types who claim to run with a hatchet when in reality, it's doubtful that any of them have been in a confrontation that didn't end in a slap fight. They are called “juggalos”, and they are an embarrassment.

Back in the mid-90's, the term was pretty generic. Juggalos were a group of people that liked getting hammered/getting high, painting their faces up, going to an ICP show and getting showered with Faygo Root Beer while acting like rabid animals. You know; not embarrassed to act a fool for the weekend. We all have done it, no big deal. Beyond that, they just liked listening to ICP's music. They didn't feel any kind of spiritual awakening, feeling like they were part of an elite soc…