Posted by April MacIntyre
Aug 18, 2010, 5:01 GMT
The laws of cause and effect do not apply to reality TV trainwreck Tila Tequila.
Not thinking it through- Tila Tequila - Tila Tequila in Concert at Chinawhites in London - July 21, 2010 - Chinawhites - London, UK © Solarpix / PR Photos
Tila says she wants to sue and bankrupt organizers of the "Gathering of the Juggalos" festival where a disgusted, malcontented and irate mob of alt rock and rap fans attacked her with rocks, feces, urine and bottles last weekend.
Tequila appeared onstage topless. She cursed at the audience saying she was "no Hollywood b*tch" and stripped on stage; watch the video here:
"I'm hoping this will be the last Juggalos gathering that they will ever have," Tequila told E-Online. On her Twitter feed, Tila Tequila raged at her inhospitable treatment at The Gathering and declared that her attorney, 'Alan' is going to sue every fan there for their last dime.
This was the event's 11th year, the fourth in Hardin County, Illinois.
"If you just look at these people, or monsters, whatever they are, they looked very angry and violent," Tequila said.
What gave Tila the impression they were happy well-adjusted folk?
Tequila was pelted with a variety of projectiles and stayed on stage for several minutes, then fled with her entourage to her trailer,which was also pelted with debris.
Tequila eventually escaped, but only after windows in her sports utility vehicle were smashed, according to the local sheriff.
Maybe if Tila's "people" did a bit of due diligence on the Juggalos and Insane Clown Posse, she would have saved her topless revue for Club Tao in Vegas.
From the Insane Clown Posse's website:
When Insane Clown Posse (ICP) emerged from the darkness surrounding Detroit’s underground music scene in the early 90s, the world had yet to imagine the impact that the hardcore hip-hop style spawned by these two artists — Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope — would bring to bear on mainstream music. Shunned by mainstream music players like MTV and castigated in the media, banned from radio airwaves and yanked from the shelves of “conventional” retail outlets, ICP was dealt a hand that seemed destined for swift and certain failure. Instead, the duo amassed a following of millions of fans endearingly called “Juggalos” and smashed through the ceiling of music industry expectation.
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