WaterGate Crips


The WaterGate Crips (WGC), are primarily an African-American criminal street gang located on the West Side in Hawthorne and Orange County, California. The WaterGate Crips originated during the 1980s, in the city of Hawthorne, near Imperial Hwy, between Crenshaw Blvd and Van Ness Blvd.

The WaterGate Crips are part of the Rollin 100 Crips, which consist of gangs in Los Angeles County and Hawthrone, California. Their cliques consist of the 116th Street and the 117th Street as well as the 119th Street. Casimir Avenue is a residential street which runs through the heart of  their neighborhood.

The WaterGate Crips are one of the few crip gangs in Hawthorne, along with the 115th Gangster Crips and the Hawthorne Thug Family as well as the Acacia Blocc Hustler Crips.

DJ Pooh, American music producer, actor, and writer was affiliated with the WaterGate Crips. He is best known for producing films such as The Wash (2001), 3 Strikes (2000), and Friday (1995) as actor and co-writer.

WaterGate Crips (Orange County)

The Santa Ana (Orange County) chapter of the Water Gate Crips, are the oldest crip set located in the city of Santa Ana. They established a name for themselves during the 1990s, after being involved in multiple drive-by shootings.

Manchester Avenue in Anaheim approximately one mile from Crescent Avenue.

Allies & Rivals (Hawthorne)

The WaterGate Crips are allies of most gangs under the Rollin 100s Crips and the Neighborhood Crips, such as the Budlong Gangster Crips and the Raymond Avenue Crips along with the Hard Time Hustler Crips. The WaterGate Crips are rivals of the Hawthorne Piru Gang and the Denver Lane Bloods as well as all Compton Pirus.

The city of Hawthorne and the city of Inglewood, are neighbors bordered by Imperial Hwy. This has caused them to feud with Inglewood blood gangs such as the Crenshaw Mafia Gang and the Avenue Piru Gang along with the well the Center Park Bloods.

The WaterGate Crips are also known to feud with other crip gangs under the Neighborhood Crips card (such as the 111 Neighborhood Crips and the 112 Neighborhood Crips as well as the 115 Neighborhood Crips). In the past, the WaterGate Cips were locked in a violent feud with the Imperial Village Crips, located in the city of Inglewood.

Allies & Rivals (Santa Ana)

The Santa Ana WaterGate Crips are rivals of the Baby Shelly Street Bloods and Bamdal Street Pirus, located in Santa Ana.


19 replies

  1. I’m a young nigga from IVC and the 30 yrs of life I’ve never ran into one wgc…at this point we don’t even diss them Bc it’s like seeing a unicorn. I heard they are in Santa Ana but they don’t carry the Hawthorne click beefs

    • smoke this fucking wetbacks mexicans are fucking bitches saying racial shit for nothing and your raza aint shit and the lowest scum of the earth fuck weakbacks

    • A few niglets crawling around Tustin in a nice area that’s almost all white slinging their poo at people like the shit monkeys they are.

      There’s only a handful of them total. They dress in black and red and throw up their stupid little sign at hard working moral middle class white and Hispanic people driving to work.

      If they EVER get out of line, the police are called down on them immediately by those same hard working moral white and Hispanic people and every law enforcement agency within a hundred miles comes a running… lol.

      Which should happen, for after all, they are the ones paying the lion’s share of the taxes to keep the state afloat: not you worthless welfare parasite POS gangsters.

      • These ugly Monkey looking Niggers, ( like a Nigger called Blue Mustang), are afraid of the Police. Law Enforcement puts them in Jail or kills them, unless of course they kill each other first.

    • Fuck outta here fuck wet turtles yall muthafucka never outside sayin atupid shit an u on the west side right with all the blacks bitch santa ana Bloodel Street Piru Gang (Bamdal Street)

  2. Ha bustas thought tha Gates weren’t in tha Anas W\S Watergate crip gang 500 blocc 119s in Hawthorne know we all tha way turnt up

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