xxx wrote:He was from Denver Ave Crips ( defunct orginal westside Crip set) on 104th street.
The area is carved up between 107 Hoovers / 103 Hard Times / Denver Lanes 105/106/108
mvwi1 wrote:Hey, I had some info for Alonso related to this but I never got it to him so I'll just post it here. This was told to me by a guy from L.A. on another forum:
yea it was sugar bear, sugar bear was apart of the original crips, the hood he came from was called Grandee Crips, real old crip gang that died out and now is apart of some other w/s gangs turf, crip walkin really spread from the house parties, so you know everyone from different neighborhoods saw it and picked up on it and started f*kin with it because it was kinda fly, and then that sh*t spread like wildfire and was branded officially as the crip walk.
yeah crip walking went through a lot of transformations, different guys from different hoods, got different lookin ass walks, the spelling out and all that came later, like 80s, sugar bear started it just as a little thing you know, his own little dance, everyone picked up on it and added their own variation..
I already shared with Kev Mac and he said that the guy sounded credible, but he wasn't sure if he was accurate. Alonso, what do you think?
sounds credible, Is he still around?
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