F--k The World

Album: The Amazing Jeckel Brothers (1999)


  • This song, performed by member Violent J, is one of the groups most well-known songs. The reason for its fame is the repetitive use of the "f--k," which appears in the song 95 times.
  • There are numerous references to famous people and institutions in the song, such as Beastie Boys, Dalai Llama, Forrest Gump, Oprah Winfrey, Kyle Petty, Tom Petty, Fred Bear, Ted Nugent, The Count of Monte Cristo, Cisco, Jack Brisco, Jerry Brisco, Titanic, Celine Dion, Dionne Warwick, Berlin Wall, Lyle Lovett, Jumpsteady, Rocky Maivia, Spin, Rolling Stone, VIBE, and even Violent J himself!
  • Sometimes in live shows, Insane Clown Posse will change the lyrics of this song to insult other figures and people that they were having problems with at the moment. Examples include Public Radio, MTV, Blender Magazine, and perhaps most obvious, the rapper Eminem. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Landon - Winchester, OH, for all above


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