Insane Clown Posse Watches 'Call Me Maybe' For The First Time (VIDEO)

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Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" seems to be the most pervasive and omnipresent song of the year -- heck, of the past 10 years! Everyone including the Cookie Monster, Harvard's baseball team and the president of the United States, has covered the tune.

But Insane Clown Posse members, J and Shaggy 2 Dope, are not "everyone." The Insane Clown Posse veterans recently sat down for to watch Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" video for the first time and offer their review for Fuse.

To preface, the hip-hop duo from Detroit play the roles of "wicked clowns" and perform hardcore hip-hop known as "horrorcore" under the label Psychopathic Records. Their singles include "Chicken Huntin,'" "Fat Sweaty Betty," "Santa's A Fat B---h," "F--k the World" and "Hell's Forecast"/"Murder Rap."

So... yeah... not exactly Jepsen's target audience. And the comes across when Shaggy 2 Dope asks, "Who? What?"

Despite their unfamiliarity with the song, the two made some pointed observations. Here are some of their best quips:

"I'd hit it."

"Why don't they just make it more real? Like a landscaper really looks like that."

"I think she's, like, 16."

"She's probably 15."

"That wasn't a moonwalk!"

"They look like the band."

"Is that two chicks?"

"This is gonna turn into a hardcore porn, watch."

"If this were real life, they'd be behind the house smoking bath salts."

Their favorite part was the twist at he end -- when Jepsen's heartthrob gives his number to a guy in her band. "That was great! That was good writing," they said.

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