The Fudge Town Mafia Crips (FTMC) are an African-American street gang located in the Watts district of Los Angeles, California. Their neighborhood spread from Wilmington Ave to Weigand Avenue, between 102nd Street and 108th Street. Their main cliques are T Funk Ridaz and 105th Street, as well as the 107th Street. The Fudge Town Mafia Crips fall under the Mafia Crips umbrella.
The Fudge Town Mafia Crips originated in the 1970s, and have been active for over thirty years. Members are known to sport brown articles of clothing, which represent “Fudge” along with blue to represent “Crip” (Fudge Town Mafia Crips). Bronco (rapper) from Bloods & Crips and Nationwide Rip Ridaz is affiliated with the Fudge Town Mafia Crips.
On june 4, 2012, the Fudgetown Mafia Crips made the CBS News, when Donald Ray Dokins, a suspected member of the Fudge Town Mafia Crips. Shot and killed an innocent 15 month old baby, who died in his father arms. Cortez (father), holding Angel (baby), and several people in his extended family were gathered outside their home in the 10500 block of Hickory Street.
As they talked, an assailant wearing a gray shirt rode by on a bicycle and fired multiple times into the group. Cortez been wearing a purple shirt shortly before the shooting. The color is identified with the neighborhood’s Watts Varrio Grape Street gang, a rival of the Fudgetown Mafia Crips.
Allies & Rivals
Allies include: all Mafia Crips suh as 99 Mafia Crips, Main Street Mafia Crips, Blue Gate Mafia Crips, and Beach Town Mafia Crips. PJ Watts Crips, Watts Franklin Square Crips, and the Front Street Crips. Rivals include: Circle City Piru, Bounty Hunters Watts, Hacienda Village Bloods, Grape Street Watts Crips, Varrio Grape Street, South Los13, and the 92 Bebop Bloods(Watts).