Clicks that became gangs in Los Angeles

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Re: Clicks that became gangs in Los Angeles

Unread post by AztecNinja » January 19th, 2013, 9:22 am

Wasnt HOBZ, 55Bunch, and 41st all Playboys cliks?

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Unread post by ZiggZagg » January 19th, 2013, 11:17 am

204st came from torrance t-flats

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Unread post by MARTINEZ » January 21st, 2013, 11:15 am

ZiggZagg wrote:204st came from torrance t-flats

Who started Torrance Tortilla Flats?

Compton TxFlats proudly trace their varrio lineage to the original East Los ~ Tortilla Flats

But what about Torrance TF?

They didn’t just pull the name outta thin air … someone started them

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Unread post by M&L » January 21st, 2013, 4:22 pm

compton t flats im guessin kinda like mob piru in west covina i would say...

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Unread post by bgcasper » January 21st, 2013, 10:37 pm

MARTINEZ wrote:
ZiggZagg wrote:204st came from torrance t-flats

Who started Torrance Tortilla Flats?

Compton TxFlats proudly trace their varrio lineage to the original East Los ~ Tortilla Flats

But what about Torrance TF?

They didn’t just pull the name outta thin air … someone started them

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I read tf was even in san pedro at one time and them san pedro ones started the torrance from what i read on a forum but the tortilla flat in east los seems to predate them cf pf ones so i would guess eadt los tf is mother of all flats from valinda to torrance

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Unread post by AztecNinja » January 22nd, 2013, 9:01 am

I'm From PF and I heard TF was the first.

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Unread post by bgcasper » January 23rd, 2013, 11:01 pm

ok thanks thats a confirmation

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Unread post by MARTINEZ » January 31st, 2013, 7:40 am

AztecNinja wrote:Wasnt HOBZ, 55Bunch, and 41st all Playboys cliks?
I was no ^^

here's why. You read the from the history of The Playboys huh?

they wrote Hang-Out Boyz came out in 1987 in South Central

well I know for a matter of fact,the East Side Hang Out Boyz was out before then

i know P**** from es HOBZ personally - he was in Y.A. for a hot one & was with my roll dog Fly (rip) from THE LOTT 13 Locos

I caught up with him a few years later when i hit Y.A.

to this day ~ we still slam a couple of cold ones every once in a while... we got history together

east side HANG OUT BOYZ was one of the few Stoner gangs we actually got along with in the 1980's

them and the FTW Stoners... everyone else ... it was on and cracken'...

es HOBZ predates the ss HOBZ ... so no way they were started by PBS... they were started by the east los counter-parts

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Unread post by BlueMoon » February 2nd, 2013, 8:29 pm

MARTINEZ wrote:i've chopped it up with enough real Rollin 60's to know that yes

51 Catwalks became official RSC

many older 58 NHC turned offical RSC

i think most 58 NHC youngsters today are just pushing = 58 NHC

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@ Inglewood Family

only Queen Street broke off from IFG?

so all the other Blood sets in Inglewood NHP, CMG ect ect didnt have their origin in The Family?

All Bloods in Inglewood come from IFG

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Unread post by BlueMoon » February 2nd, 2013, 8:35 pm

BlueMoon wrote:
MARTINEZ wrote:i've chopped it up with enough real Rollin 60's to know that yes

51 Catwalks became official RSC

many older 58 NHC turned offical RSC

i think most 58 NHC youngsters today are just pushing = 58 NHC

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@ Inglewood Family

only Queen Street broke off from IFG?

so all the other Blood sets in Inglewood NHP, CMG ect ect didnt have their origin in The Family?

All Bloods in Inglewood come from IFG
My bad youngspade already confirmed this

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Unread post by MARTINEZ » February 4th, 2013, 7:59 am

@ youngspade

if you can touch on it - i dont need specifics or names -

but in a nut-shell: why did all those cliques break away from Inglewood Family?



IFG would have been huge

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Unread post by youngspade » February 4th, 2013, 1:07 pm

I mean shit happens man yu knothat better then me
People get big nd want to start there own thing, IFG as a whole
Is still huge but like i said shit happens.

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Unread post by Coup » February 4th, 2013, 1:20 pm

Youngspade....

I had a few folks that hung in the wood and I always have heard that IFG used to trip on each other tough. There was an attitude that some didn't respect others and thats how CMG came about. NHP i don't know. I hear the CMG used to bully some of the IFG when their numbers were up. Your city you know better. This was back in the late 80's to mid 90's. Now that the bottoms are gone, not sure how many CMG's are out, but they still have a presence I am told. That Century area is alot cleaner now though.

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Unread post by Al_Capone_aka_pNuT » February 7th, 2013, 1:48 am

Willow St SBCC became CVWillow St
Chester St SBCC became Chester Street Compton Crips

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Unread post by TheAngels » February 25th, 2013, 6:57 am

What about OFA 13?

Because I know OFA is also a tagging/writing crew.

I've heard stories from different people...

Someone told me OFA divided into two parts -- writers and bangers, that represent the same hood.

Then someone told me OFA was a tagging crew that became tagbangers and then full-fledged bangers.

Then I was also told they're two separate groups that aren't related, they just have the same initials. OFA 13 and OFA crew.

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Unread post by TheAngels » February 25th, 2013, 7:03 am

TheAngels wrote:What about OFA 13?

Because I know OFA is also a tagging/writing crew.

I've heard stories from different people...

Someone told me OFA divided into two parts -- writers and bangers, that represent the same hood.

Then someone told me OFA was a tagging crew that became tagbangers and then full-fledged bangers.

Then I was also told they're two separate groups that aren't related, they just have the same initials. OFA 13 and OFA crew.

Disregard... I didn't read the question correctly... Probably because it's early in the morning.

I was thinking the thread was about crews and non-banging cliques/crews that became gangs, not clicks of big gangs that broke off and became their own gang. Like PBGC starting off as a dance crew and becoming a gang. Or MCS being a stoner crew at first before banging.

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Unread post by triplethreat » February 25th, 2013, 5:34 pm

^That's a good question about OFA that I've always wondered myself. I first heard of the OFA tagging crew back in the 90's. Also when driving through LA freeways I would see them hit up a lot. I never knew they turned into a gang till I saw them listed on this site as one. I wonder what the history is there. And whether it's two separate crews or one in the same.

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Unread post by triplethreat » February 25th, 2013, 5:37 pm

^That's a good question about OFA that I've always wondered myself. I first heard of the OFA tagging crew back in the early 90's. Always thought it was a sick name "Only Fucking Around". I used to see them get up a lot on LA freeways. I never knew they turned into a gang till I saw them listed on this site as one. I wonder what the history is there. And whether it's two separate crews or one in the same.

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Unread post by triplethreat » February 25th, 2013, 5:39 pm

Tried to edit but couldn't. Sometimes theres an edit option sometimes not, don't see why.

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Unread post by TheAngels » February 25th, 2013, 8:34 pm

Yeah, I first started hearing about OFA in the 90s too. Did you see them around the freeways near Downtown? That's mainly where I remember them -- around the Downtown area. They had a huge OFA (13?) roller in the L.A. River not far from the SABER pieces near the 10 freeway. It lasted until the river got buffed a few years ago.

There's also an OFA in Las Vegas. OFA & PM are probably the two most notorious Vegas crews. I'm wondering if OFA in Vegas branched off from OFA in L.A., or if they're unrelated.

I've always wondered what the story is on OFA the graffiti crew and OFA 13 the gang.

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Unread post by AztecNinja » February 27th, 2013, 12:54 am

OFA13 is not associated with OFA the crew. The gang OFA stand for Oxford Ave. No relation. But my crew in the early 90's went at it hard with OFA and they were with the biz even though they were just taggers.

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Unread post by OFAGANG632 » May 1st, 2017, 11:44 pm

In LA we banging OFAK became OFA13 of course not everyone went that route and got into other hoods but the gang was started by KINGS along time ago and even though its OXFORD AV we still claim OUT FOR ACTION

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Unread post by OFAGANG632 » May 1st, 2017, 11:47 pm

[quote="OFAGANG632"]In LA we banging OFAK became OFA13 of course not everyone went that route and got into other hoods but the gang was started by KINGS along time ago and even though its OXFORD AV we still claim OUT FOR ACTION

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triplethreat wrote:^That's a good question about OFA that I've always wondered myself. I first heard of the OFA tagging crew back in the 90's. Also when driving through LA freeways I would see them hit up a lot. I never knew they turned into a gang till I saw them listed on this site as one. I wonder what the history is there. And whether it's two separate crews or one in the same.
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