The Curious Tale Of ICP, Kid Rock, And A Mysterious Glass Dildo

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UTG was launched from a small dorm room in the upper half of Michigan’s lower peninsula. From day one people have asked us to cover Kid Rock and ICP because we share an origin state, but other than a few major headlines neither artist has been given that much time on our front page…until now.

A news story making its way around the interwebs this morning caught us so off guard that I felt we had no choice except to run the story ourselves. Several months ago, Andrea Pellegrini, a former publicist for the Insane Clown Posse, sued the famous rapping duo for sexual harassment. In her filings, Pellegrini alleged that that the former ICP and Psychopathic Records employee “Dirty Dan” Diamond tried to give her a glass dildo as a gift once. When Pellegrini refused to accept the gift, Diamond allegedly gave the item to none other than Born Free songwriter Kid Rock, who supposedly still has the sex toy in his possession today. Weird, right? It gets weirder.

The Detroit Free Press reports that Pellegrini’s attorneys have subpoenaed Kid Rock, telling the platinum-selling artist to give up the glass dildo so that they can use it as evidence in their case against ICP. Kid Rock’s team have yet to release any statements in response to this news, but it seems logical to assume that – if true – the object will be turned in to the proper authorities at some point in the near future.

Here’s the thing(s): Why does Kid Rock still have this glass dildo? Further, why would anyone give Kid Rock a glass dildo in the first place, let alone a glass dildo that was originally meant for someone else? Rock appeared on ICP’s first release over two decades back, but I’ve never heard of anyone celebrating their twenty year anniversary by passing out glass sex toys.

We’ll let you know if Kid Rock makes a statement on this matter, but if I were you I would not hold my breath hoping such things ever actually happen. Pellegrini, however, will likely be in the news for many months to come. Stay tuned.

James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He's also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.

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