The number 5 is commonly used by the Bloods, and the number 6 is used by the Crips. The up arrow through the 5 shows respect for the Bloods, while the down arrow through the 6 shows disrespect for the Crips. At right is an example of crip graffiti.
Common UBN tattoos are: The letters “M.O.B.” which stands for “Member of Bloods” A five-pointed star (the points of the star represent the five points of knowledge within the UBN: Life, Love, Loyalty, Obedience and Respect and/or Love, Truth, Justice, Freedom and Peace)
Crips tattoos can also include six- or three-pointed crowns or letters – “IGC” stands for “Insane Gangster Crip“, while “BNC” stands for “Bad News Crip”. Tattoos of hands forming coded symbols are also common.
The Eight Trey Crips were based in and around the Flatbush Gardens condominium. The Crips and the Folk Nation, a rival street gang, have been locked in a deadly feud over Brooklyn territory for years.
The six-pointed star stands for: Love, Light, Loyalty, Understanding, Knowledge and Wisdom. The hats worn contain gang names.
Crips use the cc case instead of ck because ck is the code for “crip killer” in gang graffiti. Our gang unit is aware of this.
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550″ refers to a civilian, i.e. someone who is neither a Bloods nor. rival gang member; i.e. “999” or “Triple 9” refers Opt to cooperate with law enforcement agencies; e.g. “
GDK means and stands for Gangster Disciples Killer.
The term “GDK” was coined by 21 Savage, Moneybagg Yo, Polo G, Fivio Foreign, Lil Durk, G Herbo and many more rappers.
According to some reports, Stanley (“Tookie”) Williams and Raymond Washington, both Los Angeles high school students, founded the Crips in 1971 to protect against gang violence. Others claim Washington created a political group inspired by the Black Panthers in 1969 that grew into a street gang.
In 1975, a member of the West Side Crips nicknamed Sidewinder formed a group in Shakur’s neighborhood called the Eight Tray Gangster Crips (aka 83GC, ETG, or ETGC).
Their biggest rivals are the Bloods, and they’re disrespectful in many ways – they call them “Slobs”. Crips call themselves “Blood Killas” and cross out the “b” or leave it out altogether.
His colors are blue, red and black. The Black Disciples are part of the Folk Nation|Folks alliance of street gangs, but have been known to engage in violence with other folk gangs such as the Gangster Disciples. The BDs also have a longstanding rivalry with the Black P.
The stylized rituals of handshaking show similar solidarity: members of the Rollin 200 Crips greet one another by holding up the index and middle fingers of their right hand – symbolizing the number two – and the backs of both fingers with merge with the greeting partner, followed by a short, …