41st Street Gang (South Central)
The 41st Street Gang (41st), also known as South Central 41st Street (SC41ST) or Varrio 41st Street (V41ST) are primarily a Mexican-American street gang based on the East Side in South Los Angeles, California. Their barrio stretches from Martin Luther King Blvd and Vernon Ave, between Main Street and Avalon Blvd. This section of Los Angeles was dominated by warring black gangs such as the 43 Gangster Crips and the Rollin 30s Blood Stone Pirus.
The 41st Street Gang share their neighborhood with the Avalon Gangster Crips (40s), a predominantly African-American street gang. These two gangs have coexisted peacefully since the 1980s. The 41st Streeters are known to congregate at Gilbert Lindsay Park, located on San Pedro Street. Their prominent cliques are Tiny Gangsters (TGS), PeeWees (PWS), and the San Pedro Locos (SPLS).
Allies & Rivals
The 41st Street Gang are rivals of the 36th Street Gang, Hang Out Boyz, and the 55th Street Bunch. Their main rivals, perhaps, arch enemies are the larger Eastside Playboys, known for taking over smaller gangs territory.
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