Esham – A-Thujone – Twiztid Diss Lyrics

Yeahhhh Dmt Sessions
Im the Black Van Gogh
Even the Marlon Brando
What you cant do
Know i can though
Your not my man though
You just a stan ho
You got my money well put it in my hand , yo
26 keys like a piano
Get the power get the paper that’s the plan, yo
Lenardo diblackrio
Please dont make me slap a ho um….

Since day d d d day one

Yeah Alot of suckers would like to forget me
But they cant
Because the streets respect me
And im always on that next shit
See my car dont run off gas its electric
Too much Monoxide
Paul Methric
Time for me to Ghost this game , make my exit
Im So Twiztid , Jamie Madrox
you got the game locked down ?
I Pick the Padlocks
Black mamba anaconda
and i cut , i got this scarf wrapped around like Aunt Jemima
The car pancake
the syrup it dont spill
Im ice cube in 91 kill at will
I got your death certificate
For any mother fucker running off with this wicked shit

since day d d d day one
I dont play pl pl pl p play son
o k kkk k kkk k ?

Twiztid – Heartbroken and Homical Stealing From – project born , level jumpers and stir crazy

From Planet lotb forums project born , level jumpers and stir crazy are a few artists named which twiztid has “sampled” beats from on the latest album heart broken and homicidal.
Twiztid gotta sample underground beats.

Example here

No outrage from any juggalos about other acts underground or horrorcore acts or FAMILY being stolen from – heres some of the comments from lotb.

This is what’s going on thru the internet world. They’ve also taken Level Jumpers beats and people have said they get beat samples from producers than refuse to buy them and just add shit over them like they did the Project Born beat. That shit is funny to me.

Poor Stir Crazy, I hear they steal his beats and add 2 or 3 things on top of them, don’t even pay him and don’t even give him credit. They have fallen off bad.

Twiztid gotta sample underground beats.

Police Officer Safety – JUGGALOS and JUGGALETTES

http://www.planet-lotb.com/forum/
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OFFICER SAFETY-REQUEST FOR INFORMATION
JUGGALOS and JUGGALETTES
Date 07-06-06
This group (Juggalos) has recently surfaced… where they attacked 23 people in three separate attacks the week
of June 19th
. There were 7-8 men in their late 20s, claiming they were “Juggalos”. The victims were beaten
with sticks, threatened with a machete or robbed of cell phones, shoes, and wallets. ICP (Insane Clown Posse)
graffiti has also been present in the area… They are tagging, wearing black bandanas, and fighting with the
Surenos (Hispanic street gang). There have been fights, cross-outs of graffiti, and forcible taking of black
bandanas. In February 2006, an Insane Clown Posse follower, Jacob Robida, 18, used a hatchet and gun to
attack three patrons in a gay bar in New Bedford, Massachusetts, and then fled. He was later captured in
Arkansas after a 16-mile police chase, but during the capture, he killed his female passenger, then killed a
police officer. He was then shot by police and later died. Although this group has not yet been labeled as a
traditional “Street Gang” they are starting to commit crimes (as in above case) where they are claiming they are
Juggalos, which does constitute the labeling of a gang.
JUGGALOS and JUGGALETTES
The Juggalos and Juggalettes (females) have a heavy presence on the East Coast and rapidly growing across the
US with members in the thousands. They are followers with a true addiction to the Insane Clown Posse (one of
the most hated bands in the world) and have based an entire life style around them. They do not jump in to a
gang, but they are very dedicated to the Insane Clown Posse and each other. They claim no violence, but this is
not true
. The make-up of this group is mainly Caucasian. They have lines of clothing, jewelry, paraphernalia,
etc. Most that claim Juggalo or Juggalette will have tattoos. They also follow other bands such as the Dark
Lotus, Twiztid, Anybody Killa, Jumpsteady, Psychopatic Rydas, etc. These are all violent, sinister and vulgar
rap/rock groups. The Insane Clown Posse began in the early 90s out of Detroit, giving themselves the identity of
clowns to better fit in while preaching the messages of the “Dark Carnival.” The Juggalos can be identified by
heavy clown make-up (sadistic wicked-type faces and jester style), tattoos, clothing, and specific music
possessions. The hatchet man (tattoo above) is the most common tattoo as it is the symbol of the Insane Clown
Posse record label, “Psychopathic Records”. The hatchet can be seen in numerous colors. They also tattoo other
music groups they follow – “ICP”, “Dark Lotus” (tattoo above), etc., along with many other types of tattoos.
They wear dark clothing, but do like to also dress in bright clown colors, dye their hair in bright colors, and
wear Mohawks. They like to stand out and be noticed. They tag areas with “ICP”, “Dark Lotus”, etc. They also
have their own hand signs.
Excerpt from internet: “A Juggalo is someone who doesn’t give a f_ _k what people think about them. They have
entered the world of the Dark Carnival and Insane Clown Posse because they themselves have been considered clowns,
buffoons, idiots, and freaks. Being a Juggalo reflects an entire lifestyle and state of mind… it is something that is
impossible to define, even for a Juggalo. To understand what a Juggalo is, you must truly be a Juggalo.”
There is an ongoing dispute with the Insane Clown Posse and Eminem – you may see reference to him in
graffiti and tattoos. The ICP also references the “Dark Carnival” in their lyrics, which to all Juggalos is
“GOD.” It is the ultimate heaven for Juggalos, “where they will experience paradise and never have to worry.

http://www.planet-lotb.com/forum/

Law and Order – Hurts juggalos reputation (or lack Thereof)

We thought we were discouraged because we had missed Monday’s episode of “Law & Order,” which promised to center on the subculture of Juggalos, the fans of the hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse who paint their faces like nightmare versions of children’s entertainers. But the episode, called “Steel-Eyed Death,” was an even greater disappointment to the members of the horrorcore music world, who say the show misrepresented them and their musical scene.

As Maura Johnston writes at theawl.com, the episode seemed to be inspired by a crime that took place last year, in which a 20-year-old aspiring rapper named Richard McCroskey, who performed under the name “Syko Sam,” was arrested and charged with the murder of four people including two teenagers he met through an online music community, and who rapped about murder in his lyrics.

Among the real-life performers who have objected to the “Law & Order” episode are KidCrusher, an Australian rapper whose music was used on the show and was dismayed by the show’s portrayal of horrorcore.

On his MySpace page, KidCrusher wrote the show tried:

to make us all look like criminals and real serial killers (and think we would kill kids?!). They never told me the full details on the episode before I signed the contract for the release of my music video, all they told me was it was going to be based upon a Horrorcore Festival and they needed my music and a video for it. I do not support the fact that people that don’t know who we really are, can be quick to say “ITS A FACT”

On Twitter, the members of the Detroit-based Juggalo act Twiztid wrote that they were “super disappointed” with the show as well. “I understand that the show deals with criminal matters,” the band wrote, “but to take our whole musical genre and following and peg us” as the kind of people who would put “steak knives to little kids necks is taking it WAY toooooo far!”

Twiztid added that the episode is “just simply NOT what we (the Family) represent” and that NBC was “way out of line.”

We’ve sought comment from NBC and will update this post with any response from the network or “Law & Order” producers.

Watch a preview for the “Law & Order” episode “Steel-Eyed Death”:

This is extremely humorous juggalo who rap and threaten people with violence – see the ton of comments on every post , get hurt by being veiwed as gang or cult or violent members of the community .
sorry juggalos the JH is here to stop you .