SLIPKNOT's Clown: "Ronald McDonald Is An Evil Motherf.cker!"

January 23, 2002

SLIPKNOT's motormouth Shawn Crahan claims to have been inspired by US TV clown Bozo when he chose his mask. In an interview published in the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter on January 18th, Crahan also gave props to the king of clowns — McDoland's fast-food chain mascot Ronald McDonald!

”The heaviest one is of course Ronald McDonald. He's an evil motherf.cker. I'm also evil, but you can't compete with a guy who has billions for promotion and runs children's hospitals. We won't understood what McDonald has done to the human race until 10 to 20 years from now when the effects start to show. People will look like total f.ckin' mutants!” (translated from Swedish)

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