Thomas Cox has released a book entitled, Being Tom Dub: My life with the Insane Clown Posse.
Being Tom Dub: My life with the Insane Clown Posse tells the story of the six years Tom Dub worked for Psychopathic Records. Also discussed is Tom‘s take on what happened with Twiztid and Majik Records.
You can check out the first couple chapters on Amazon for free. The book costs $9.99.
Here is the synopsis posted on Amazon:
This book is about the life and times I shared while I worked for the Insane Clown Posse. This book takes a look into the crazy world I lived while I was employed by Psychopathic Records. All the tours, in-store tours, promotional work, and all other crazy outings such as the first four Gathering of the Juggalos, Big Ballas X-Mas Party, and Record Release Parties.
Who the hell is Tom Dub? Is he a wrestler, an actor, or just a homie from way back. Loved by few and hated by many Tom Dub worked at Psychopathic Records for 6 years and was an original Psychopathic Warrior.
Also for the first time Tom Dub reveals in depth what actually happened with Twiztid and Majik Records. With nothing to gain and nothing to lose Tom Dub opens up about drug addictions, and his mental health status. He let’s you know why he took such a big chance with Majik Records and how that soured his relationship with Psychopathic Records.