This episode of 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' stars Johnny 3 Tears of Hollywood Undead. With drugs, guns, fallouts between bandmates and a whole lot of fiction to clear up, this is an episode you'll want to watch from front to back.

We start off by asking Johnny about how Hollywood Undead got its name, which actually turned out to be false right off the bat. He goes on to explain the real meaning, which is far more interesting than what Wikipedia listed. Johnny also spoke about former member Shady Jeff's departure from the band after allegedly pulling a gun on Deuce.

Speaking of Deuce, Johnny 3 Tears addressed Wikipedia's version of why the former member was kicked out of Hollywood Undead. Wikipedia lists that it was because Deuce missed a flight for the beginning of a Hollywood Undead tour, but it goes far deeper than that.

The video for "We Are," which was directed by Slipknot's Shawn 'Clown' Crahan, was reportedly filmed in the most haunted location in all of California. Johnny speaks about the building and recalls wanting to shove a "stupid" girl into one of the rooms she was experiencing bad vibes from.

Watch the Hollywood Undead edition of 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' above!

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