Bacc Street Crips
The Bacc Street Crips (BSC) are predominantly an African-American street gang, located on the East SIde in the Watts neighborhood of South Los Angeles, California. Their neighborhood spread from 108th Street to 111th Street, between Avalon Blvd to Central Ave. The Bacc Street Crips originated around the 1970s, and have been active for over thirty years.
The Bacc Street Crips, main cliques are 109th Street (biggest clique) and 111th Place. The Bacc Street Crips have been locked in a bitter fued with the Front Street Crips, for over twenty years. This rivalry has caused alot bloodshed and claimed the life of innocent bystanders. However, they were close allies, who turned worst enemies. The chance’s of peace, between these two gangs are next to none.
The Bacc Street Crips spell Back with two Cs, being that Crips avoided using the letters “C” and “K” together because they stood for “Crip killer.” Allies include: Kitchen Crips, Ten Line Gangster Crips, Rollin 30’s Harlem Crips, 112 Neighbor Hood Crips, and all Compton Crips. Rivals include: Front Street Watts Crips, Bounty Hunters Watts, Circle City Piru, Hacienda Village Bloods, and the Bebop Watts.
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