A small sampling of the 30-plus year discography of rap group Three 6 Mafia.
Mac's Bar in Lansing was hit with Digital Millennium Copyright Act violations after a Juggalo apparently used the venue's WiFi to illegally download rap group Three 6 Mafia's entire discography.
Scotty Bell, the venue's talent buyer, posted photos of the citations and shared them on Twitter last Thursday. According to an interview
, Bell says the venue was hit with at least 500 citations, or one page for each song illegally downloaded. That's right — the venue was delivered a "big white box" of individual citations for every single mp3 file:"P.I.M.P.," and "Poppin' My Collar," etc.
Bell told Vice
the songs appear to have been downloaded by someone during a Juggalo-themed Valentine's Day hip-hop show at the venue, and says he's "pretty positive" he knows who did it. "Apparently they needed to download all of Three 6 Mafia’s discography because every single piece of paper is a Three 6 Mafia song, without exception," he said, although he noted the offender also downloaded Young Buck's Straight Outta Cashville
, which he acknowledged "is also a classic."
Bell said the venue will continue to hold Juggalo events. He also said he will offer his Spotify password to the alleged mp3 pirate.