|The Mothership |
Oh my god the hair. and the hardcoreness, let's not forget that.
|Prickly Pete |
He's signed on to Insane Clown Posse's record label now, fyi. He hasn't released an album yet but I'm sure you'll all be very on top of it when he does.
Did they literally pay dudes to stand around him and be Black?
|The Townleybomb |
I'd make some wiseass comment, but I'm still hypnotized by whatever those things are that are dangling off of David Cassidy's jacket.
His owner appears to be trying to pinch a nerve in Ice's shoulder...
I meant manager...but fuck it. I'm sure tommy legally owned him.
Iceman keepin it real, yo
|THA SUGAH RAIN |
I once paid a dollar to see a vanilla ice concert. I wanted to hear ice ice baby and go ninja. Those were the first two songs he performed and the room emptied faster than a fire drill.
I saw Vanilla Ice once. He was hours late, and people got to throwing stuff. I got knocked in the head by a beer can thrown from the other end of a pretty big crowd. It was full.
Then he came out and I suddenly realized that a Vanilla Ice concert was one of the last places I'd want to be, ever.
Well, a 2000s Vanilla Ice concert.
Wait, people cared enough about Vanilla Ice enough to throw things after 1993? Do you live in like Moldova or something?
That was supposed to be a response to Seven Arts/H8 Red's post below.
I keep expecting to see a tiny skateboarder on Vanilla's hair.
|Seven Arts/H8 Red |
Oh, we laugh at Vanilla Ice now, but at one time, Chuck D tried to get Hank Shocklee to sign this guy.
Dick Clark's logo seems surprisingly appropriate.
If you can find a copy, "Cool as Ice" is an amazing tour de force of unintentional comedy.
|John Holmes Motherfucker |
In 2012 he would play the Gathering of the Juggalos. Or maybe he was the guy they shot out of the cannon?
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