What Does "Rolling" Mean?

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Re: What Does "Rolling" Mean?

Unread post by felonraper » January 18th, 2016, 7:52 am

I was told as a little boy "rollin" had something to do with Os lookin like wheels

All rollin gangs is Os...

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Re: What Does "Rolling" Mean?

Unread post by doobeez » January 20th, 2016, 10:53 pm

Can also be sub sets that make up one larger set and who "roll" together. Rollin' 20 Bloods would be an example.

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Re: What Does "Rolling" Mean?

Unread post by Christina Marie » January 21st, 2016, 4:30 pm

epun wrote:
zip3ace wrote:somebody please let me know what rollin means...... is it a hustling term?
Yes, it is and was a hustling term started by LA crips back in the 70's. "Rollin" was a term initially used by pimps to describe how they "roll" money, cars, women, jewelery, etc... Rollin 60's crips coined that term first and foremost and then it took off all over LA and SD. In LA, it is now an alliance among "rollin" crip gangs 30, 40, 60, 90 and 100's. Not in SD, though.

Ty lol thought I was going to have to clear that up for a min

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