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Re: Hood Legends

Post  wolfman on Sat Apr 05, 2014 1:13 am

ApplyThePressure wrote:That forum is hidden on the internet or something.
they're claiming invite only


until it crashes when kev mac don't pay his bills
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  CaliforniaRepublic on Mon Apr 07, 2014 8:05 pm

wolfman wrote:ALLHOOD.NET claims to be HOOD LEGENDS., and they're looking for recruits., to fill their blank pages once again!!!

Kev is here, on our site still, no? I know he came for the I.E. gang maps we had when he was working on his california gang map joint, which is cool. He should shoot a few invites our way. About the hood legends thing, hey, to each his own if that type of title means something to him/them. Not really a badge of honor if you ask me, unless you brought peace, knowledge and "positivity" to the hood, but all is well. Aint no love lost...
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  American Zombie on Mon Apr 07, 2014 9:01 pm

^That was a different Kev as far as I know.
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  TumbleWeed on Thu Apr 10, 2014 12:52 am

LOL....

Yeah, that was a different Kev. That other Kev didn't know, and didn't want to know anything about IE. Him and AllHood revolved around L.A. city and the cities that border it mainly, nothing else seemed to exist for them.
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  wolfman on Fri Apr 11, 2014 11:53 pm

KEV MAC stays attached to the immediate area surrounding south central and that's about it., the other attachments would be something like the lott, the fence, and the rebel boys, but that's it.
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  TumbleWeed on Mon Apr 14, 2014 3:41 pm

I think I saw them do a story on a SD hood ONCE, in one of their magazine issues, but nothing else other than that.
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  CaliforniaRepublic on Tue Apr 15, 2014 8:47 pm

But what makes y'all think that wasn't the same Kev though? "Our" Kev just came for the gang maps. Something not out of thought for the "other kev" who does gang maps too. Our Kev didnt do nothing, or say nothing besides get our info and bounce... (showing zero interest in anything I.E.) could've been him. ?? But anyway, yeah... them other sites is L.A. based and that's cool, but this is I.E.!!! All that other shit been said and done a thousand times over.
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  American Zombie on Tue Apr 15, 2014 9:11 pm

Just didn't look like his style of writing. I used to post on allhood years ago since their first forum. I'd maybe still be there had I didn't get banned ( on accident I was told).

To be fair though, nobody reputable from any IE hood has ever joined their forum and tried to break down their hood history in detail, so we can't expect them to cover a topic they know nothing about.

We have the same problem here as well, even though we had successfully compiled a lot of good info and historical stuff on IE on this forum throughout the years, people from IE don't like speaking on their hood to outsiders , they don't like cameras or interviews much, and like to stay low key . It's like taboo to out info out there. At least that has been my experience with people here. But maybe it's not so bad.
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  CaliforniaRepublic on Tue Apr 15, 2014 9:33 pm

Not wanting to speak to outsiders is understandable from a street point of view, considering ridicule, speculation, incrimination, misinformation, being uncomfortable, etc.. and it was for that reason that i basically have been feeling like (from the jump)... "if you aren't living here or from here, then you have no need to be here" type of mentality. But that's just me. I know people roll through for general southern california cultural history purposes and family ties, etc.. so it is what it is with that. That's cool. But when you got fools riding though not from here, no family here, out of state, never lived here, don't live here, etc.. i can't comprehend that and prefer that removed. 

In all honesty, I don't/didn't even want the L.A. county sections in here because all that conversation is over exposed already on just about ALL gang websites. If somebody wanted to mention it here in a random topic, cool, because that's conversation, but i personally don't like nothing but I.E. here... it aint got to be all serious all the time, or active at all times, but it should definitely remain and stay focused and I.E. at all times. Everything else is irrelevant, lol.
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  MALDITOS OGs on Sun May 18, 2014 12:34 am

PURO INSANE EMPIRE!!!
Anyway, as far as vatos that I would hear about all the time and still do are;
Payaso - SSC, who got into a shoutout with CPD..
Carlitos - SSC, who is old as fuck like in his 60s or 70s and still banging and striking up the varrio!
Ramiro G. -SSC, who was running a muck back in the 90s - 2000s in his late 30s! Giving PALOMEROS a headache! Old Wild West style!

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Re: Hood Legends

Post  wolfman on Fri Jun 27, 2014 1:32 pm

CaliforniaRepublic wrote:Not wanting to speak to outsiders is understandable from a street point of view, considering ridicule, speculation, incrimination, misinformation, being uncomfortable, etc.. and it was for that reason that i basically have been feeling like (from the jump)... "if you aren't living here or from here, then you have no need to be here" type of mentality. But that's just me. I know people roll through for general southern california cultural history purposes and family ties, etc.. so it is what it is with that. That's cool. But when you got fools riding though not from here, no family here, out of state, never lived here, don't live here, etc.. i can't comprehend that and prefer that removed. 

In all honesty, I don't/didn't even want the L.A. county sections in here because all that conversation is over exposed already on just about ALL gang websites. If somebody wanted to mention it here in a random topic, cool, because that's conversation, but i personally don't like nothing but I.E. here... it aint got to be all serious all the time, or active at all times, but it should definitely remain and stay focused and I.E. at all times. Everything else is irrelevant, lol.
well you know for me is different., i'd like to hear and find out the history of places from all over., having lived all over, i always ran into pretty much the same loco style everywhere., yeah there's differences, and everywhere you go people have their pride and that's cool., the way i look at it, we would not be anything alone by ourselves unless we had each other representing in each town, city or area code., so we're all alike, yet we all have our own thing to represent., places change too, like i was back in north east but a few weeks ago, and man the population and attitudes have changed so much in just a few years., it don't even seem like one's town any more in some ways., but hey, that's where you grew up in, right? so that's what's in your heart, and that's what one like to believe they represent., but like i said, having lived in several southland places over the many years of my life, yeah, i'd like to learn and know what's it all about where i was living at., not to mention the family's raised or landed there., know what i'm saying? To me, it ain't all about gangsters and mobs, but it' all about the people and their trip !!!
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Re: Hood Legends

Post  Itsrealouthere on Fri Jun 27, 2014 9:57 pm

A REAL HOOD legend was snyper fro WS NHL gang real og were scared of him

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Re: Hood Legends

Post  Itsrealouthere on Fri Jun 27, 2014 9:58 pm

In FONTANA

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More Hood legends from Colton

Post  COLTONEBOY on Thu Jul 24, 2014 6:59 pm

Ty wrote:
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.



PIGME NORTH SIDE COLTON LOS PEQUENOS TINY LOCOS back in the 80's legends Y QUE Along with JOKER, SLIM, (Cotinola Brothers)

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