Could you give me some examples that prove your point?pistolslanga wrote:
but that doesnt change the fact that internationally people love blood and crip culture
I don't know single person here who would love the Blood and Crip culture. There's few copycat B's & C's gangs in UK and one in Netherlands. What is the situation outside of Europe, I don't know. But if you have couple of copycats in the whole Europe with over half a billion people, it's HUGELY exaggerating to state that "internationaly people love blood and crip culture", don't you think. How many Blood or Crip gangs people have in South America? Or in Africa? Or in Asia? None to few, I'd say. Outside of the USA Blood and Crip gangs are meaningless. Some people know those gangs beause of movies and MTV, but only some. And that's pretty much all. People keep joining their local gangs and don't care about your streetgang culture there. I don't know why you Americans are so keen to think that Crips and Bloods are somehow worldwide known and envyed, and that people all over the world rather form some kind of a copycat B or C gang instead of joining their local gangs. You're living in a la-la land if you really think like that.