Rollin 50s Neighborhood Crips
Younger members of the R 50s sport Florida Marlins Hats. The "F" signifies "Fifty" for Rollin 50s Crip.
The Rollin 50s Neighborhood Crips (R 50s NHC) are a predominately African-American street gang from the westside of South Los Angeles, California. They are located between Vermont and Western Avenues in the east and west, from Slauson Avenue in the south to 54th Street in the north. During the 1980s the gang in this area was known as the "55 Hustler Crips" occupying the same area. During the early 1990s, they changed their name to 55 Neighbor Hood Crips and then shortly thereafter two other Neighbor Hood Crip factions emerged; the 57 Neighbor Hood Crips and 58 Neighbor Hood Crips. The three factions are now under the Rollin 50s Neighborhood Crips identity and are aligned with all deuce(2x) and Neighbor Hood Crip sets throughout Los Angeles. Although they fall under the deuce(2x) card, the Rollin 50s are friendly towards the 87 Gangster Crips as well as the 97 Gangster Crips due to their shared hatred for all Hoover Criminals. They are considered rivals of the Harvard Park Brims, Van Ness Gangster Brims, Fruit Town Brims, Black P. Stones, 52 Hoover Gangster Crips, 59 Hoover Criminals Gang, 51 Trouble Gangster Crips, 52 Broadway Gangster Crips, the Eight Tray Gangster Crips as well as their former allies, the Rollin 40s Neighborhood Crips as well as the 46 Neighbor Hood Crips and the 48 Neighbor Hood Crips.
55/57 Neighborhood Crips / Rollin 50's NHC on Western Ave. and 57th Street.