Eastside 27th Street Gangster Crips

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Eastside 27th Street Gangster Crips

Unread post by alexalonso » July 25th, 2013, 11:09 am

During the late 1980s active on the eastside. Dont know much about them though

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Re: Eastside 27th Street Gangster Crips

Unread post by felonraper » January 18th, 2016, 1:44 am

Eastside 27th?
In Los Angeles???
You gotta be out yo fuckin mind.
From Figueroa to Alameda that's always been blood territory.
Eastside Rollin Twenties Outlaws.
Rollin Thirties Piru and Blood Stone Piru had a presence too.
The only Crips ever to be in the eastside low bottoms north of Jefferson was southsude 43s and they had one block. 20th street between Central and Naomi.
I don't know the history behind that I'm not old enough.

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Re: Eastside 27th Street Gangster Crips

Unread post by doobeez » January 20th, 2016, 9:36 am

felonraper wrote:Eastside 27th?
In Los Angeles???
You gotta be out yo fuckin mind.
From Figueroa to Alameda that's always been blood territory.
Eastside Rollin Twenties Outlaws.
Rollin Thirties Piru and Blood Stone Piru had a presence too.
The only Crips ever to be in the eastside low bottoms north of Jefferson was southsude 43s and they had one block. 20th street between Central and Naomi.
I don't know the history behind that I'm not old enough.
Man, been awhile since I read it, so might be wrong, but seems like R20s had a click on 27th that would make it even harder--suicidal--for any Crip gang to be in that area.

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Re: Eastside 27th Street Gangster Crips

Unread post by bullrat » January 22nd, 2016, 3:29 pm

What about E/S Mac & Thug Hustler Crips? Ref https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mi ... 0&hl=en_US

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