600 Breezy on Snoop Dogg Still Repping his Crip Flag (Part 11)

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Part 10: https://youtu.be/dwwBNTjfKSM
Part 1: https://youtu.be/L26HlCSS6qU
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In this clip, Vlad spoke about the movie "Colors" putting Crips and Bloods in a bigger spotlight, which 600 Breezy agreed with. 600 Breezy then pointed out that Snoop Dogg is the biggest Crip rapper who is still repping his flag. 600 Breezy then stated that you can’t drop your flag, which he says goes along with Snoop Dogg’s brand.

Omar Gooding Being Taken to a Crip Hood to Prepare for His Role as Sweetpea in Baby Boy (Part 11)

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Part 10: https://youtu.be/iqInmNAXyQc
Part 1: https://youtu.be/4jGBQARQI_o
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In the latest clip, Omar Gooding detailed how he prepared to play the Sweetpea role in "Baby Boy." While he felt he was prepared for the role, he remembered getting coached by Big Cat to nail the character’s look and mannerisms. Omar recalled hanging around Big Cat’s neighborhood for research purposes and filming one of the character’s most notable scenes with the purpose of convincing the film studio to move forward with production.

Gonzoe on Growing Up in Rollin 60s Crip Hood, Crack Creating Economy for War (Part 2)

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Part 1: https://youtu.be/lpIXsm8qKX8
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In the latest clip, Gonzoe explained how LAPD’s battering ram changed Los Angeles households before explaining how crack escalated the extremes in Los Angeles crime. He said that crack "created an economy" for gang wars and feuds between rival drug dealers. He also explained how he navigated the gang politics at the time. To hear more, check out the above clip.

BG Knocc Out Questions Guerilla Black’s Rollin’ 30s Harlem Crip Affiliation (Part 21)

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Part 20: https://youtu.be/GjV_qN8aEHM
Part 1: https://youtu.be/A0rgXjDNQqI
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In the latest clip, BG Knocc Out reacted to "Real Compton City G’s" being Eazy-E’s most streamed song on Spotify. The rapper expressed shock and gratitude for being apart of a Hip Hop legend’s most popular song and revealed that he still receives generous checks as a result of the song’s popularity. He also talked about rules changing in prison for inmates in protective custody before questioning Guerilla Black’s Compton and Crip affiliation. Check out the above clip to hear more.

Guerilla Black on Growing Up in Compton, Getting Jumped by Bloods, Harlem Crip Affiliation (Part 1)

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Guerilla Black came through for his first-ever VladTV interview, where he opened up about growing up in Compton in the late ’80s. He explained that gang culture was everywhere at the time, and Guerilla Black spoke about having friends that were affiliated, but never joining himself. During the conversation, Guerilla Black also spoke about his brother, Hot Dollar, having a string of hits, which you can hear more about above.