DETROIT — Shaggy 2 Dope, member of the Insane Clown Posse, was reportedly heartbroken recently to find out he wasn’t included in the roster of MultiVersus as he had initially been lead to believe, juggalos close to the scene have confirmed.
“Man, someone said I was in this bitch,” said the co-founder of the highly successful independent rap duo, a single tear streaking his makeup. “Me and [Violent] J have been in video games before, so I didn’t think it was so strange. I mean, movies, tv shows, you fuckin’ name it. So it didn’t seem that weird when one of the homies was like ‘Ay yo Shaggy they got you up in this MultiVersus shit.’ Fuck this!”
Developers from Player First Games clarified that they never meant to cause any confusion as to which iconic Shaggy was being included in their game.
“Sincerely, we apologize if we have upset Mr. 2 Dope, but we thought it was pretty obvious that the Shaggy we were referring to was Scooby-Doo’s buddy,” said Bruce Wormwood, an executive VP with the Warner Bros. Discovery conglomerate. “I mean, it’s one of the big franchises we have, even though we just canceled a 40 million dollar movie that was all but finished. But I mean, Velma is in there too, you know?”
“Did someone tell Shaggy 2 Dope that Velma was in there?” he repeated.
Despite the misunderstanding, many of the Insane Clown Posse’s fans are holding out hope that one day their favorite artists will appear in a contemporary video game.
“Somebody ought to snatch them up, for real,” said Tonee L-Bowz, a juggalo who’s been down since The Joker’s Cards. “Put them in Smash Bros, Fortnite, muh fuckin’ Fall Guys. Let me get Shaggy 2 Dope in Assassin’s Creed and throw a 2-liter of Faygo off the fucking Sisteen Chapel, you know what I’m saying? Tell me a video game he wouldn’t make better. You can’t do it.”
As of press time, the Shaggy that sang “It Wasn’t Me,” was furious that he wasn’t in MultiVersus.