Nuttin' But A Bitch Thang

Album: Forgotten Freshness Vol. 3 (2001)

Songfacts®:

  • This song is about ICP's hatred of Eminem, with whom the group has a long-standing feud. Eminem and the Insane Clown Posse are both from Detroit, and their dispute dates back to an altercation in 1995 when a member of ICP found out Eminem was handing out flyers for his show that said ICP might be there. Since then, Eminem has disparaged the group at his concerts and in the press, often calling them the "Insane Clown Pussies."
  • At the beginning of the song they do a parody of what Eminem spits about them on the Marshall Mathers LP. They also do a parody making fun of Eminem's song "My Name Is." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Justin - Hoodsport, WA, for above 2
  • The title is a play on the Dr. Dre hit "Nuttin' But A G Thang."

Comments: 18

  • Blunthead from Here There And EverywhereI always loved EMINEM and ICP!
    And I always thought the beef between both artists was just stupid.
  • Mike from MatawanChristian, I wasn't referring to ICP, I was referring to dipsh1ts like you who shell out their hard earned welfare money to support ICP. I'm sure in 10 years when they're still producing their 'music' and you'll still be spending your unemployment money on booger sugar, PBR and ICP jammies. Obviously, I had to spell this out for you. I forgot to take into account that booze and pot addled brains wouldn't be able to process this. Of course, you knew all this, right?
  • Christian from Altoona, PaMike, you do know that alot of bands and artists haven't finished highschool either, right? Not only that, but ICP probably has way more money then you do, and way more then anyone would ever make at Wal-Mart. I'm pretty sure in 10 years they are still going to produce music and people are still going to buy it and they are still going to have more money then you can possibly dream of. I'm pretty sure they are doing just fine and are going to continue to live just fine and won't really need to take your advice.
  • Mike from Matawan, NjUmmmm....yeah. In ten years, you'll realize you guys should have laid off the Hillbilly Heroin, finished high-school and maybe, just MAYBE taken that entry level job at Wal-Mart.
    Get off the sauce, take a bath and get some sorely needed parenting. Please.
  • Ryan from Abingdon, Vaon wagon wagon, which was released on the Ringmaster CD in 1993, it says "we goin straight to hell, and it aint far MR. MATHERS, you seem to be a bitch boy." if this song was released in '93, and their "feud" started in '95, why do they reference him on this track?
  • Christian from Red Lion, PaDude ICP is amazing there lyrics are just what evreyone thinks about in our life we all have homicidale thoughts go through our head at one point just listenin to them makes not go out and kill that punk who is f--king with us.............we just beat his ass lol but ICP really is good man if you really know what they are talking about then you would know whtat they are very pro christians and love god.
  • Christine from Ksjgklsd, IcelandEminem sucks...DICK!
    Juggalo's will carry on.
  • Travis from Tulsa, Okok for all you haters out there, ICP is Forever, ICP is the Best. yes i know ICP is a couple of Insane Clowns in a Posse, but thats what makes them great. So Screw all you haters
  • Paul from Ossian, Iainsane clown posse is a kick a** band and i dont care what any other of u say and eminem ia a fruit cake
  • Calvin from Kyle, Txyeah so ICP well.....they blow. i know ICP fans and most of them are gonna end up 40 an living with their mothers, because they follow a group of clowns who offer no guidance on how to live within society. I might even go so far as to say the ICP and their juggalos, really nothing more than a cult. dont drink the punch kids.
  • Kayla from Oklahoma, OkWooo Wooo
  • Matt from East Haven, Ctsong is fricken' hilarious
  • Obzcure from Auckland, New Zealandthing about commercial sucess is. for the most part you just dont last. most bad that reach such commercial sucess HAVE to out do themselves otherwise they're gone. its alot of pressure. rather than focusing on "i like this song im doing this for me and for my fans" its "i have to sell this many records or im living on the street again". Most bands avoid this attention. pearl jam for example. insane clown posse have all my respect and deserve all the respect in the world for doing what they do.
  • Jesus from Halifax, MeThe Insane Clown Posse is a "posse" of "insane" "clowns". They call themselves "juggalos". They may or may not have a product endorsement with the "Faygo" softdrink company. Faygo makes decent sodas I guess. They make a Rock-and-Rye flavored soda. I enjoy Faygo Rock and Rye more than I enjoy the Insane Clown Posse. This song is about how Eminem is much more commercially successful than the Insane Clown Posse. I'm not record executive, but if i had to guess why Eminem sells more records than ICP, I would go with the whole "clown" thing. I mean, Insanity-that's trendy. Posses'- all the rage. Clowns? Not so much.
  • Nunya from Anytown, MeI will give it to ICP for being self-made, but these lyrics are really disgusting. They make me sick!
  • Yo-mama from Las Vegas, NvEminem is actually alright and so is ICP. And Nick slim anus while funny isnt very good because you also have to think that if you said wide anus your saying that hes had gay sex alot and most likely has split his o-ring a few times meaning he would need reconstructive sergery on it.
  • Nick from Paramus, Njslim anus
  • Brian from Paoli, InEminem also disses ICP on his records as well, he mentions them several times on the Marshall Mather LP.
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