Crips got started in the 1960's in Los Angeles Cali. Their founders are Stanley ''Tookie'' Williams & Raymond Lee Washington. Crips wear the color navy blue & sometimes white. Bloods are Crips main rivals who wear the color red, real Crips are NOT under the Folk Nation and do not represent the number ''6'' neither do they share any of the Folk Nations knowledge.
C.R.I.P.=Community Revolution In Progress
they were started to protect people from the crips
The Crips started in the 1960's and the Bloods started in the 1970's. The Crips used to outnumber the Bloods but nowadays they both have large numbers.
It first started as Baby Avenu..then Baby cribs..Then crips
I'd say the Crips probably started in San Diego around the early 1970's. When the Crips gang first started in the 1960's. most of them where in Compton.
There's a few reasons why the Crips started but basically to sum it all up the Crips started basically just like any other gang to gain power over the streets and the prisons and overthrow the crooked government.
Raymond Washington and Stanley Williams
The Mac Mafia Crips came from Los Angeles, Cali, but they're pretty much defunct now, the only ''Mafia Crip'' sets that I know of are: Black Mafia Family Crips Latin Mafia Familia Crips Fudge Town Mafia Crips West Side Mafia Crips East Side Mafia Crips South Side Mafia Crips(started by Hispanics in Texas) North Side Mafia Crips(started by Hispanics in Texas)
ceader block piru 554 was started october 21 1983 it was started when the crips had beef with the piru street boys and the pirus broke off all connections with the crips and started the bloods.
The Crips were started in Los Angeles, Cali in the 1960's by Stanley ''Tookie'' Williams and Raymond Washington.
the crips... (c.r.i.p. community revoloution in progress) started in California but now is world wide with chapters in japan
tre deuce gangsta crips started in denver 1986 to protect the curtis park projects.
The Crips are a gang that started in the 1960's in Los Angeles Cali and their founders are Stanley ''Tookie'' Williams and Raymond Washington.