INSANE CLOWN POSSE's Violent J (a.k.a. Joseph Bruce) recently offered his thoughts on the GREAT WHITE concert tragedy that claimed the lives of nearly 100 rock fans.The following is Violent J's commentary on the incident: "Man, what the fuck happened? That was some fuckin' unbelievably stale shit that happened in Rhode Island. What the fuck man? 100 ninjas dead? Holy fuck y'all. Fuckin' GREAT WHITE and there fuckin' wolf rock sparklers. Wolf rock bands always gotta have the fuckin' Goldberg Sparks goin' off during their fuckin' shows. What the fuck's up with them fuckin' fags? They just came to town and torched their fuckin' fans and bolted. What the fuck went wrong over there? Man, if that happened to us, I'd be flat out destroyed… as a musician, an entertainer, and as a man. I would emotionally shut down. I wouldn't even be able to walk. I'd be a vegetable. Just in shock with staleness. Brain dead. Why even talk about this staleness your wondering? Because them dead people didn't deserve it. An explanation? What the fuck. The Rude Boy, my homie loves 80's wolf rock. Every time, POISON, RATT, fuckin' WARRANT, or any of them fuckin bands comes to Detroit, Rudy and his cousin Andrew are always there drunk screamin' Whooooo! It's just what he likes to do. Same thing with them 100 dead ninjas in Rhode Island. Shaggy put it to me like this, 'Man that was prolly like 100 dead Rudys.' That's when it hit me. Man that shit really, really fuckin sucks. Because it was like 100 Rudys. Each one of them dead people was somebody mad special to somebody else just like Rudy is to us. Them were just people that liked 80's wolf rock Rudy style and wanted to go out after work one night, have a few beers and check out one of there old favorite wolf bands, GREAT STALE. Now they're all dead because of it. Them 100 people were all, no doubt, other peoples mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters and homies. All dead now because of some fuckin retarded fuckin' pyro call that was prolly made by some burnt out, old, rock dude drunk off his anus. Man that was just fucked. That shit really hit home when we heard about that. That news damn near knocked the wind outta me. Then when I seen the footage on the news I was fuckin' in amazement. Them fuckin' cheap ass sparklers. "I also heard a rumor. I heard that GREAT WHITE went right back on the road and they're out finishing their tour right now. I truly, really, seriously find this rumor hard to believe, but if I find out that that's actually true, I personally will be attending one of them shows… with a sock with a big ass rock in it. And I'm gonna have a long hair wolf wig on, as well as one of Rudy's size medium (for some reason), WARRANT t-shirts, and a pair of tight ass Spandex. Once I get in undetected, and all unsuspicious looking, I will then jump on stage like I'm gonna fuckin' stage dive or something and swing that sock like a samurai in battle. Knockin' each one of them bitches out cold with a fat chance of brain damage."
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