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Reader: Westword's Editor Is Obviously a Juggalo

Outside the Insane Clown Posse show in Boulder.
Outside the Insane Clown Posse show in Boulder.
Brandon Marshall
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Last Monday night, Insane Clown Posse performed at the Boulder Theater, spraying the walls with Faygo and bringing out fashionable juggalos of all stripes, polka dots, rubber noses and face tats, too. And as with all things juggalo-related, Westword took notice.

Despite a review that was lukewarm about the horrorcore duo and hot about the scene, several readers suggested that Westword has been drinking too much Faygo lately.

Alex writes:

It's interesting they don't have a Faygo dispensary near Westword office. Maybe "IT" is controlling them?

Tarasa adds:

Zero way in hell that the editor of Westword isn't a juggalo.

Jim weighs in:

ICP gotta be paying Westword for the nonstop coverage.

While you can rest assured we're not on any juggalo's dime and our editor of forty years has been running this magazine since Violent J was five, we have to admit we enjoy the juggalo beat. Here's some of our recent coverage of the scene:

Reader: Westword's Editor Is Obviously a Juggalo
Brandon Marshall

Insane Clown Posse Trashes the Boulder Theater With Faygo

Falli will open for Insane Clown Posse on September 25.EXPAND
Falli will open for Insane Clown Posse on September 25.
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Meet Falli, the Unknown Denver Rapper Opening for Insane Clown Posse

Reader: Westword's Editor Is Obviously a Juggalo
Brandon Marshall

The Hottest Juggalo Fashion at Boulder's Insane Clown Posse Concert

Reader: Westword's Editor Is Obviously a Juggalo
Brandon Marshall

WTF, Insane Clown Posse?

Reader: Westword's Editor Is Obviously a Juggalo
Brandon Marshall

Do you think Westword has turned into a juggalo rag? Let us know what you think of our Insane Clown Posse coverage.

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