Eastside Four Tray Gangster Crips [FTGC, 43GC, Fo-Tray] are an African-American street gang located on the Eastside of South Los Angeles in the old historic Central Avenue community where the Westcoast Jazz movement flourished during the 1940s and 1950s.
The Four Tray Gangster Crips formed around 1971 or 1972 as one of the first Crip gangs to break away from Raymond Washington’s Eastside Crips and create their own specific identity. Along with the Avalon Gardens Crips, they are the first two gang to form as Crip from the beginning of their existence, as opposed to other gangs that already existed and became Crips. They are the first “Gangster” set to form in Los Angeles.
Deceased members from 43 GC