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Post  dstrm300 on Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:57 pm

Im doin some research tryna find out about some gangbang legends so to speak. Example, Kimball Moore GSB, Tupie OVS ect. Any insight?
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Post  Forum Gawd on Sat Apr 06, 2013 6:14 am

Slep Rock from PDL was out there having nikkuhs shook in Pasadena! lol

Nah but for real. I used to always hear the WSV's talk about Stretch from Crazy ones. Guess that's their president or what ever the fuck.

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Post  dstrm300 on Sat Apr 06, 2013 7:22 am

Thats perfect bullet loc, anybody else?
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Post  OldBlue on Thu Apr 11, 2013 7:26 am

Maldito CSL.

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Post  Guest on Thu Apr 11, 2013 2:16 pm

Bogard- PJ's (still alive but hung up his banging days for family and God)
Sleepy 40- CCC
Daniel Pete - I can't remember id of he was gardens or projects
Booya- Gardens ( still very much alive, drives trucks now) but very well known and eprespected
Gary Kirk RIP- pre-PPHG era from the Valley Boys

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Post  dstrm300 on Thu Apr 11, 2013 6:41 pm

Ight fa sho im a try to get sum drafts done up and i will let yal see what i have n mind.
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Post  WilberRodriquez on Mon Apr 29, 2013 5:26 pm

r.i.p BoBo IE Original

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Post  Ty on Fri Jun 07, 2013 10:59 am

dstrm300 wrote:Im doin some research tryna find out about some gangbang legends so to speak. Example, Kimball Moore GSB, Tupie OVS ect. Any insight?

Street Hustlas...


"Uncle Earl" Love - 40 and 50s era gambler. Died of a heart attack.
Mack Scales - 40s and 50s era hustler, farmed out as an enforcer to Johnny Russo by Robert Johnson. Later active in Las Vegas.
Sigmund Lee Sr. - Father of Dre Lee.
Sidney the Pimp - Owned Sidney's hat shop in the 60s. Murdered by his body guard.
Arthur Buffington - Super fly era pimp and murder victim.
Mark Arnett - '70s era dope dealer and murder victim.
Andre Lee - Longtime San Bernardino figure. Son of Sigmund Lee and one of the first to delve into crack.
Mark Gray - Early San Bernardino crack dealer who became a basehead.

50s Gang Era

Manual "Mad Dog" Delgado - San Bernardino Raiders
"Sonny G" - Served as a community ambassador during racial strife at San Bernardino High School during the '50s. Killed in an auto accident.
Leo Davis - Descendant of the Mafia gang "Macon/Davis" earned his stripes during the battles between the various factions at San Bernardino High School during the '50s. Close friend of Sonny G and Joe Cordova.
Joe Cordova - Noted street fighter during the 50s.
Wino - Leader of the King Street Boys a short-lived alliance of black youth in the neighborhood just east of where the Meadow-brooks are. Most moved to the Westside in the early 60s.

Barrio de Los Topos

David Valdivia - Leader of the Toperos in the late 60s and early 70s gunned down on Flores with his younger brother.

Calle Siete Locos

Anthony aka Lazy - Respected member from 7th Street during the 80s and 90s.
Mugsy -

MVR -

Bobby - Murder victim whose death scene was captured in a legendary mural on Mt. Vernon.
Ernie "Leche" Carillo Sr. - Respected Westsider who's love and devotion to family led him into an ill-fated battle with the Mexican Mafia.


Colton

Joe Vigil - Another connected veterano gunned down at his Colton home. Reportedly involved in a dispute with Mafia emissary.

Delman Heights -

Sammy Hampton - older brother of Ervin "E-Love" Hampton and uncle of Jamal "Lil Block" Hampton. Disabled in an auto-accident at the corner of California and Baseline.

Bennie "Weasel" Cleveland - Killed who Percy lost control and crashed during a chase on Rancho and Rialto 3 days after his cousin Quincy Cleveland's death in Delman Heights.

Delman Heights Bloods -

Ernest "Tony" Graves - Shot caller convicted in the murder of two LA gang members during a reported drug robbery. Currently serving a life-term along with Delano Johnson and Terry Jordan.

California Gardens -

Jason Sweatt - Shot and killed during a dispute with another noted westsider.

IE Projects

Charles and Michael Ellis - Both shot and killed during the late 60s.
Willie Dawson - Shot and killed at a home on Muscott by law enforcement officials. Dawson was the uncle of B-Dubb.
Jason Bradley - Brother of Gilbert Street's Marland Bradley. Deceased.

Ronnie Cole - Middle School student shot and killed in the Projects by a stray bullet.

Gilbert Street -

Kimbo Moore - Well documented on the site.
Broderick Washington - Deceased.
Marland "1/2 Dead" Bradley -

Kevin Shoulders - Original Gilbert Streeter killed during a neighborhood dispute.

Mafia Gang -

Stevie Davis - Killed during a burglary by home owner.
Nathan J. Macon Sr. - Story well documented.
Harold G. Macon - Brother of Nathan featured elsewhere on the site. Deceased father of Marcel and Marlon Macon also deceased.

Eastside -

Rocha and Arden Area

Big Mike
Dice
Floyd D. Boyd - Deceased.

The Valley

Buddy Duncan - Deceased.
Bebe Duncan - Shot and killed during a liquor store robbery at Schnetz's near Highland Ave.




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Post  dstrm300 on Fri Jun 07, 2013 1:14 pm

Ty my nigga u are the shit. Thats perfect I appreciate the time spent on that.
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Post  W.Devil on Fri Jun 07, 2013 3:04 pm

Darryl "Dashing D" Castrejon...Onterio BA
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Post  J.Capone on Wed Aug 14, 2013 6:33 pm

I.E Projects: 8-Ball, K-9, Jacc Move. Delman Heights: Bobby and a Mexican name Juan.Not sure on there nicknames. On the eastside: lil hype from Grape St. Lil Cuzz, Lil Moo, Lasso, Will Capone, C-Ragg, J.Bone, Mizz Thang all from Duccy Hood. Boscoe from Satanna Blocc. Couple cats from PPHGC. Just forgotten there names. That was around my era in the 90's

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Post  Ty on Fri Jan 10, 2014 11:10 pm

Jesse Carlos - Royal Lords leader in the 60s.

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Post  722comptonerb on Wed Feb 19, 2014 12:28 pm

y J.Capone on Wed Aug 14, 2013 3:33 pm

I.E Projects: 8-Ball, K-9, Jacc Move. Delman Heights: Bobby and a Mexican name Juan.Not sure on there nicknames. On the eastside: lil hype from Grape St. Lil Cuzz, Lil Moo, Lasso, Will Capone, C-Ragg, J.Bone, Mizz Thang all from Duccy Hood. Boscoe from Satanna Blocc. Couple cats from PPHGC. Just forgotten there names. That was around my era in the 90's da bosco u talkin bout frm santana wht he look like j capone?

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Post  J.Capone on Thu Feb 27, 2014 1:05 am

@772comptonerb. Boscoe was a darkskin young cat, who had a brother name Smurf. Use to run with my Red from SBCC. We all hail from the arden and sunrise area.( formely Roca st).

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Post  722comptonerb on Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:55 pm

Yup jus checcin thts mah big bro and smurf our cuzzin wer u frm he was wonderin who u was @jcapone

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Post  wolfman on Fri Mar 07, 2014 10:20 pm

just who da fuck do u call a hood legend?

someone who got busted?

or someone who all them fools out there didn't know any better and paid homenage to !?

hell !!!

i'm a hood legend at that

everybody from my neck of the woods and from my times knows me...
and if i was to put my self up on facepage, people would recognize me

and if i was to tell my story with my real name, people would uphold me
but i don't ., so i leave it alone

let some 90's people criticize me
let some so called tuff people down me

but i know

so who or what is really called a hood legend?

those that got busted?

or those that are still going?


those that allied themselves with drugs and all ~ even government forces?

either ones, neither are adept in putting "words" together

henceforth., neither one is "educated" enough to tell the true "historical" story

.. all it is, is dumb mothafuccers locced up not knowing any better..

.. all they are is locked up fools caught up in the rat race..

but never ever thinking any better!!!
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Post  Ty on Sat Mar 08, 2014 3:35 pm

While I understand where you coming from, the truth of the matter is the youngsters need to know the history of what they are involved in for one reason.  So they can see exactly what you are saying.  The things they aspire to accomplish right now are the same things many, many others have pursued to no avail in past years.  Without question street life is a dead end, it seems so promising when you are young but in the end it leaves nothing but regrets and sorrow.  It doesn't matter who you are or what your reputation is, you end up trapped in a fog of fear and paranoia "if you are lucky," serving out a life term or dead buried and long forgotten.  Even those whose names survive a generation or two ultimately end up being defined by the crimes and mistakes they committed not for their dreams or passions or who or what they could have been.  Personally I've grown weary of the news accounts detailing the fall of the children of friends of mine who get caught up.  This a tragedy of immense proportions and no one wants to see it end.  This is a cottage industry for the politicians, law enforcement officials and community figures around town.  If not for the crimes of these kids, the citizenry might actually take note of the pilfered funds.  They might demand a re-allocation of the tax dollars that have gone into new vehicles, equipment and increased manpower for the local law enforcement agencies.  Perhaps a few might even realize that the true problem with the city is those interlopers who make a living off the misery others who head off to the sanctuary of some other community and complain about there continued failure to solve these problems.  So to answer your question the true hood legends are those who live long enough to realize the mistakes they've made and take active and aggressive steps to prevent someone else from falling into the pit of despair that has claimed so many others before.

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Post  J.Capone on Wed Mar 12, 2014 4:14 pm

DHCC @722comptonerb.

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Post  J.Capone on Wed Mar 12, 2014 4:15 pm

DHCC @722comptonerb.

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Post  wolfman on Fri Mar 14, 2014 5:07 pm

Ty wrote:While I understand where you coming from, the truth of the matter is the youngsters need to know the history of what they are involved in for one reason.  So they can see exactly what you are saying.  The things they aspire to accomplish right now are the same things many, many others have pursued to no avail in past years.  Without question street life is a dead end, it seems so promising when you are young but in the end it leaves nothing but regrets and sorrow.  It doesn't matter who you are or what your reputation is, you end up trapped in a fog of fear and paranoia "if you are lucky," serving out a life term or dead buried and long forgotten.  Even those whose names survive a generation or two ultimately end up being defined by the crimes and mistakes they committed not for their dreams or passions or who or what they could have been.  Personally I've grown weary of the news accounts detailing the fall of the children of friends of mine who get caught up.  This a tragedy of immense proportions and no one wants to see it end.  This is a cottage industry for the politicians, law enforcement officials and community figures around town.  If not for the crimes of these kids, the citizenry might actually take note of the pilfered funds.  They might demand a re-allocation of the tax dollars that have gone into new vehicles, equipment and increased manpower for the local law enforcement agencies.  Perhaps a few might even realize that the true problem with the city is those interlopers who make a living off the misery others who head off to the sanctuary of some other community and complain about there continued failure to solve these problems.  So to answer your question the true hood legends are those who live long enough to realize the mistakes they've made and take active and aggressive steps to prevent someone else from falling into the pit of despair that has claimed so many others before.

Amen to that my brother!

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Post  CaliforniaRepublic on Wed Apr 02, 2014 10:44 pm

Well said... i agree to both of your mentions.
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Post  wolfman on Sat Apr 05, 2014 12:55 am

ALLHOOD.NET claims to be HOOD LEGENDS., and they're looking for recruits., to fill their blank pages once again!!!
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Post  American Zombie on Sat Apr 05, 2014 12:57 am

They're active still?
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Post  wolfman on Sat Apr 05, 2014 1:07 am

ApplyThePressure wrote:They're active still?
they sent a certain somebody to give me the invite to go back and prop up their harbor area forum., pinche bola de putos!!!
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Post  American Zombie on Sat Apr 05, 2014 1:10 am

That forum is hidden on the internet or something.
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