Who Ya Reppin’? Celebrities Allegedly Gang Affiliated was originally published on blackamericaweb.com
1. Ice T
Ice T was allegedly affiliated to a gang. He explained to NPR that he and his friends created a gang back in high school in order to keep other larger gangs from bothering them.
2. Lil’ Wayne
Lil’ Wayne is allegedly affiliated to the Bloods gang. He rapped in his song “I’m Bloodied”, “F**k with my Bloods, get blood on your clothes And I’m Blooded soo-woo.” “Soo-Woo” is also a popular phrase affiliated with the Bloods gang.
3. D.L. Hughley
Hughley admitted that he was a member of the Bloods Gang as a teenager during his stint on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”
4. The Game talks with Hot 107.9 about being in the Bloods Gang. He explained to the interviewer why he joined the gang, “The Bloods were cool.”
5. Jim Jones
Jim Jones is allegedly affiliated to the Bloods gang according to Rolling Out. He is known for wearing the gang’s colors (red) and throwing up the gang’s hand sign.
6. Suge Knight
Marion “Suge” Knight is allegedly a member of the Mob Piru Bloods. Knight was once cited as member of the Mob Piru street gang in an injunction filed to keep members of the gang from congregating on the streets in Compton by city officials.
7. Chief Keef
Chief Keef is allegedly affiliated to a Chicago-based street gang the Black Disciples. He rapped on the song “Appreciation”, “All my n*ggas trifling we not with that that unite sh*t, We don’t carry rifles cause b*tch we black disciples.” He also posted a photo on Instagram throwing up the gang’s hand sign with his mom and cousin. (Hip Hop Wired)
8. Snoop Dogg
He was allegedly a member of the Rollin’ 20s Crips. (Hip Hop Wired) He has also been seen throwing up the gang’s signs and has been vocal about his former gang affiliations.
9. Rapper Nipsey Hussle is allegedly a member of the Rollin’ 60s Crips.
Hussle told Radio Planet TV about his gang affiliation: “At a point in time I was surrounded and overwhelmed by that, I didn’t have a record deal or a 9 to 5 job. I was in the hood 24/7 and that was my entire perspective,,,for a long time leading up to me getting my deal the elements of poverty and gangbanging were my everyday surrounding and environment.”
Kurupt is allegedly a former member of the Crips. He rapped about his gang affiliation in the song “C-Walk.”