Neighbor Hood Crips
Neighbor Hood Crips "hit up". The Letter "H" is crossed out to show disrespect to the Hoover Criminals gang.
The “Deuce (2x)" or "Neighbor Hood Crips" card is an alliance reference to various street gangs that are affiliated with the Neighbor Hood Crips as well as Rollin 0’s card. The majority of the sets affiliated with the Deuce (2x) card derive from the original West Side Crips gang. A number of Deuces (2x) cliques are also allied with the Blocc Crips, which is its own separate Crip card. When the war between the Rollin 60s Neighborhood Crips and the Eight Tray Gangster Crips began in 1979, surrounding neighborhoods east and west of the 110 Freeway in Los Angeles found themselves choosing sides and allegiances with either one of the two super gangs. Those neighborhoods friendly towards the Rollin 60s Neighborhood Crips (many of whom were west of the 110 Freeway) began to refer to themselves as NHC or Neighbor Hood Crips while those neighborhoods friendly towards the 83 Gangsters on the eastern side of the 110 Freeway adopted the Gangster Crips card. This feud accounts for the majority of Crip on Crip bloodshed throughout L.A. Region. Crip syndicates which represent the Deuce(2x) card consists of: Neighbor Hood Crips and Rollin 0's, Rollin 100s Crips, Hard Time Hustler Crips, East Coast Crips, Mafia Crips, West Boulevard Crips, Geer Gang Crips and the Raymond Avenue Crips. There are many different sets claiming the NHC card, each with its own alliances, rivalries and history.
Also See: Gangster Crips