purplecityhello wrote: Cold Bear wrote:
zip3ace wrote:[quote="purplecityhello"][quote="Cold Bear"][quote="zip3ace"][quote="Cold Bear"]Saw a group of 6-7 Bloods from Harlem on the train kicking up dust. One of them bragging about a little cut on his hand and face, screaming 'Early!'. The f*ck 'Early' means? I know a gang of fools say it but I never found out what it means.
maybe dude got into a fight and came out with a few scrapes... after a fight guys is always hyped... especially if u win. U ready to stomp another ni99a out. I remember I pressed this crip ni99a on the A train. Dude was poppin shit but he ended up tucking his flag in. That ni99a made me so angry, I wanted to whoop his ass. I was hyped and upset, I ended stripping some other crip for his flag on the L right after.
that's what I had posted later... he probably looked like he had got a squab on and came out victorious. No hating on that.
If anything though, I see almost 75% C's on the L, but always one by one. C's I don't see running as deep in a group like I see Blood fools. Most C's I see is 3, Bloods like 7-8 sometimes.
i think thats simply based on statistics, its a known fact that bloods outnumber crips. but yeah i noticed that too----[/quote]
truthfully, i be on the L everyday, and I dont see crips flaggin. I dont see Bloods flaggin as much as before neither. In my opinion, you more like to see Bloods flagging that crips around that area. But I guess it depends on the time of day u take the L, im on it at night like 7 PM, going to kanarsie. The most bloods I ever seen together at the junction had to be like 10 - 12. The most crips at one time, probably was 5. The most kings there at one time had to be like a good 50. The thing with Brooklyn Kings though is that Bloods are not even worried about them... We not even thinking about them guys. I guess there was a truce sometime somewhere. Probably the same with the crips. so them guys got no problem walking around beading or flaggin kuz no one gonna get at them. They not a threat.[/quote]
True every King I see is always lo-key, with the beads but also with a son or daughter or a lady. I just don't see no younger Kings in packs, don't mean they're not there, maybe just not running in groups in a noticeable way. Matter fact I barely even see King tags or none of that. Plus I see a grip of PR's now wearing red more than yellow and black.[/quote]
I grew up back and forth between Harlem and Hunts Point, most of the kids i grew up there were of latin descent and brought into the kings not of their free will. Latin Kings have been based in NY for years so its normal for a dude and his pops to be in the same tribe (thats what they call their sets). Honestly i group them 2gether with the other ethnic mafias because of their organizational methods and how they look out for their communites. They helped start the U.N.I.T.A.S. afterschool program which helped me stay off the streets (for a while) and got me into martial arts. Latin Kings are strict and abide by strong rules and guidelines. for example if a latin king was a crack head and he had rank back in the 70s its pretty sure that another latin king would take him off the streets to the shelter or into his own house (seen it for myself). Blacks use to have (and in some cases still do) if u look towards organizations of the past such as the spaids, savage nomands, Black gorilla family, and the ones that have lasted to today such as the zulu nation, and the 5% nation of islam (nation of gods and earths to which i belong)
And like u said of the puerto ricans wearing red, alot of bloods are of hispanic descent and i see alot of people who were known netas that have even joined bloods or crips -- plus its based off the hood yur in. in flatbush most the crips are of west indian descent but in the south bronx they are mostly south american and hispanic
bout time somebody spit facT that a shame he aint even gangrelated