) Apparently it was the fans who gave themselves the titles, on account of the song The Juggla from the album Carnival of Carnage.The frequent talk of Juggalo's and Juggalette's and varying "follow us" mantras seemed quite brainwashy to me.
Yet their humour, funny noises (I have a weakness for funny noises in songs), carnival theme, oddball way of thinking, and underlaying positive messages in many songs (for those not familiar with the band, look up Rebel Flag, Pass Me By, Take Me Home, Hellalujah, Halls of Illusion, Let's Go All the Way, anything off The Wraith: Shangri-La, Miracles..to name a small few) pulled me in.
I like that most of their violent lyrics were directed toward people who cause suffering for others....their Joker Cards and Dark Carnival represent justice in the afterlife. " while Juggalo's across the world cried about having been deceived and threatened to turn their backs on J and Shagg's.
They had intended to let their new friend go in the morning, but wanted it to spend just one night with them.
It broke their hearts when in the morning they discovered their buddy was dead.
There are two bonus tracks, one of them entitled Multiple Myselves where J and his various personalities pour their heart(s? On every album, J has a dedication to The Butterfly.
In his autobiography Behind the Paint, as well as in the booklet for The Wraith: Shangri-La, Violent J explains.
I believe that he has a good heart and is a good man.
Perhaps you think I'm stupid, how can a man who portrays himself as a self-described wicked clown and goes by the stage name Violent J be an angel?
Tried seeing if anyone else has covered this topic or not, and the closest I could find was this.