Osage Legend Crips

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The Osage Legend Crips are a long standing, yet small predominately African-American street gang founded in Inglewood, California during the late 1980's. This gang was one of the first active Crip Gang in Inglewood, California in a time when Inglewood was mostly dominated by Bloods in the 1990s. This gang was named after a street in Inglewood called Osage Street which runs through the heart of their territory. Their turf stretches from 92 Street to 102 Street. The longest and most bitter rivalry the Osage Legend Crips were involved in is with the Inglewood Family Gang, but other enemies include the Centinela Park Family Bloods, Inglewood Neighborhood Pirus, Avenue Piru Gang, the LA Denver Lane Bloods, Crenshaw Mafia Gang, Queen Street Bloods and the Center Park Bloods. Being in constant conflict with Inglewood's many Blood sets prompted the Osage Legend Crips to claim the Neighbor Hood Crips "card" (sanctioned by their closest allies, the Rollin 60s Neighborhood Crips), although they are considered rivals to other gangs claiming Neighbor Hood Crips as well such as the 102 Raymond Avenue Crips, who they engaged in a deadly war that caused many casualties on both sides. Other Crip rivals include the Mad Ass Gangster Crips, Tonga Crips Gang, Eight Tray Gangster Crips and the Hoover Criminals Gang. Members of the Osage Legend Crips are friendly towards most Neighbor Hood Crips.


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