Insane Clown Posse's record label, Psychopathic Records, has been petitioning Charlie Sheen to appear at the Gathering of the Juggalos since May. That's the time that the fallen star of Two and a Half Men decided to bunk up with some porn stars, drink tiger blood, and lose his shit for the public to see.
Why does ICP want Sheen at the annual gathering for the remarkably different fan base? Because it would be weird.
Weird is putting it nicely. ICP fans, aptly named "juggalos" and "juggalettes," have been known to voice their displeasure with violence. The crowd threw rocks at Tila Tequila at last year's Gathering. Ms. Tequila refused to stop performing and even screamed obscenities in return.
Charlie Sheen's role at the 2011 Gathering of the Juggalos will be to introduce acts and "perform his comedy stylings." We're pretty sure he doesn't have the latter. For proof you can check out our review of Charlie Sheen's show at the BankAtlantic Center.
So what will happen to our favorite train wreck? We're postulating that the juggalos will get more dirty and dangerous, perhaps flinging their poo in fits of drug-induced rage.
Or maybe they'll favor the poor fellow the world will live in peaceful harmony.
If you don't know what the Gathering is then familiarize yourself with this Gathering of the Juggalos infomercial.
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