Those clowns in Washington, D.C. are going to learn soon enough — Juggalo lives matter.
Faygo-friendly rap duo Insane Clown Posse announced on Monday that it is organizing a Juggalo March on Washington, which will take place on Sept. 16, 2017.
For the uninitiated, Juggalo is the term designated to fans of ICP, much like Beliebers, but with a lot more dreadlocks and greasepaint.
“The march will officially commence in D.C. at the National Mall on Saturday, Sept., 2017. The day before will be JCW [Juggalo Championship Wrestling] wrestling and night 1 of an amazing FREE concert and following the march in the afternoon there will be another def night of music,” the group wrote on its website. “Sunday the 17th there will be Juggalo picnic in the park of enjoying each other’s company.”
More details on the march will follow, the group said.
Insane Clown Posse and their followers have had a contentious relationship with the nation’s capital, or at least parts of it.
In 2012, the group — made up of rappers Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope — announced that it was suing the FBI, after the bureau listed Juggalos in its 2011 Gang Threat Assessment as “a loosely-organized hybrid gang” that’s “rapidly expanding into many US communities.”