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



May 9, 2014 — Orange CountyLil 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, Santa Ana and Garden Grove.

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4 Comments for “Lil Man West from V-Boyz in Orange County talks about the street and drug addiction”

  1. cannedgoods

    I had a lot of homies just like this growing up. And a lot of my Viet and Cambodian homies were poor as sh*% just like what Lil Man said. Fu-k the Asian stereotypes the TV feeds the dumb and gullible.

  2. Paul

    coming from a broken family is no excuse for gang banging, give me a break. The overwhelming majority of white boys i grew up with came from broken homes and working clblank backgrounds too but 99% of them didn’t buy into gang garbage culture. The media is just garbage in general, they have no shame and try to put down any one they get a chance to.

    • Mmoogooo

      Dont be ignorant Paul, do you really get an ego boost from commenting the way you did? Its obvious even in your own words, that other underlying factors exist when one tries to understand gang involvment: WHITE VS. ASIAN (Vietnamese in this case). You define gang culture to be garbage; yet, you somehow find yourself on a webpage that is called streetgangs.
      Are you just envious of someone else being able to get an interview and page, that you feel you must express how your thoughts contradict your actions? Are you and your friends really that much better? Or are you the white comment on a gangsters page?

  3. Moomycuu

    Dont be ignorant Paul, do you really get an ego boost from commenting the way you did? Its obvious even in your own words, that other underlying factors exist when one tries to understand gang involvment: WHITE VS. ASIAN (Vietnamese in this case). You define gang culture to be garbage; yet, you somehow find yourself on a webpage that is called streetgangs.
    Are you just envious of someone else being able to get an interview and page, that you feel you must express how your thoughts contradict your actions? Are you and your friends really that much better? Or are you the white comment on a gangsters page?

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