Jay Loc from 52 Hoover talks about early 1990s, going to pen, and Fig Side shirts

Jay Loc is from out the 50s Location: Los Angeles Related posts: Red Rum talks about Bangin on Wax & gang influence on early West Coast Hip-hop Mister CR from Eastside Hustler Crip talks about early influence & being indy artist in Los Angeles Tackling Gang Slayings that Plagued Santa Monica in the 1990s Sharky, […]

Te Money [Official Video] “Los Angeles” – Cameo Appearances Akon, The Game, Big U

LOS ANGELES – West LA’s Te-Money from Mansfield Gangster Crip goes through a few Los Angeles turfs to show how Bloods and Crips from various sections get along in this music video. There are cameo appearances by singer Akon, rapper the The Game, and Big U. Related posts: EMI Imposes Ownership Rights in Video Game […]

Former LAPD officer says it was widely known that Frank Lyga did not like black officers

LOS ANGELES – Brian Bentley is a former LAPD officer, author and police critique who recently received audio footage of current LAPD detective Frank Lyga making numerous offensive, sexual & racial remarks about current command staff of the LAPD and gloating about killing fellow LAPD officer Kevin Gaines in 1997 in what was determined to […]

Thumbs Down from Fruit Town discusses getting shot by another Blood

Thumbs Down from Fruit Town Brim talks about how his brother was killed by the police and how he got pulled into the gang even though he did not live or grow up in their neighborhood. He also discusses how he was recently shot in the stomach by another Blood over a personal dispute that […]

Youth from Long Beach talks about growing up with brothers in the gang, but never joined

In Long Beach we caught up with, NICE, who comes from a family of Long Beach Crips but he himself never joined the gang. Although he is not a member of the gang, because of where he he grew up, where he lives and his brothers, the Long Beach Police assume that he is in […]

History of community organization Rollin Avenues & Rollin 60s gang in Los Angeles

May 16, 2014 — LOS ANGELES — Ellisa Burks-McKnight talks about the history of a community organization in the 1970s called the “Rollin Avenues,” started by her mother in 1968 on 3rd Avenue & Slauson and how they later were connected to the Rollin 60s Crips. She confirms one of the craziest incidents in Monster […]

Lil Man West from V-Boyz in Orange County talks about the street and drug addiction

May 9, 2014 — Orange County – Lil Man is a Vietnamese American from Orange County, that has an incredible story of family abandonment, drug addiction, gang activity and music. This interview does not even touch the surface of Lil Man’s life, but check out this Orange County story which spans the cities of Westminster, […]

Lady Skrap from Fruit Town Brim at the University Gardens apartments

LOS ANGELES – Lady Skrap from Fruit Town Brims talks about being a female in a predominately male street gang and going to jail. Lady Skrap spent time in Lynwood jail for women and Chowchilla State Prison for women. Her father, currently incarcerated is a gang member from the rival gang, Harlem 30s Crip, and […]

LA Clippers owner receives lifetime ban from NBA commissioner

donald sterling

By Stefani Camille Streetgangs.com Staff Writer April 29, 2014 LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Clippers team owner, Donald Sterling, 80, was apparently recorded having a racially insensitive conversation with mistress prior. The audio of that conversation was released and made public over the weekend. V. Stiviano, 31, the other woman in Sterling’s life is being accused of […]

Kev Mac, creator of Allhood Magazine talks about Los Angeles gang history

April 22, 2014 — Los Angeles – Kev Mac, the creator of Allhood Magazines, talks about Los Angeles gang history and what inspired him to create a Westcoast hood magazine. In his magazine, he has covered the history of Raymond Washington, the founder of the Crips, Bounty Hunter Bloods, Grape Street Crips, Varrio Lott, Raymond […]

Te-Money from West LA talks about Dolla’s tragic death and working in music industry

Los Angeles – As a minor Te-Money was sent to Youth Authority where he did almost 8 years, but he had his eye on working in the music industry, and through connections he made growing up in Mansfield Crip neighborhood, in West Los Angeles, he eventually linked up with Akon and has worked with many […]

Baby No Good 6 years after first interview, Fruit Town Brim

Los Angeles – In 2008 we interviewed Baby No Good, then 26, who was on parole and recently out of prison. Six years later, just three blocks away from the original interview location in Fruit Town Brim turf, we learned that he went back to prison and is back on parole, but now he is […]