PJ Watts Crips

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The PJ Watts Crips (or ProJect Watts Crips) hold the 112th Street (North) to Imperial Highway (South) between Grape Street (West) and Mona Blvd (East), where the Imperial Courts housing projects lie. The gang consists of four cliques: Bull Side Crips, Funny Side Falcons, Island Side Crips and Pill Head Crips. All these cliques are separated into young homies (the dillions) and the older (the locsters). Beyond the rivalry with the Bloods, PJ Watts Crips have got a feud with the Jordan Downs' Grape Street Wattts Crips, started on July 1987. Before that, the two sets used to get along and they came to a cease-fire the days previous to the 1992 Los Angeles Riots. The peace treaty also involved all the gangs from the other Watts' housing projects. The name PJ Watts Crips is short for the original name "Project Watts," due to the fact that Imperial Courts were the first Housing Projects built in Watts.


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