They are bitter rivals to the Bounty Hunter Bloods and the PJ Crips, after a truce started in '92 broke down in 2000. An unusual situation has developed where the Bounty Hunter Bloods and PJ Crips assist one another against the Grape Streets.
The set is widely believed to be the inspiration for the Ballas in the video game 'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas'.
They have bad blood with the Bounty Hunter Bloods and the PJ Crips, after a truce started in '92 broke down in 2000. An unusual situation has developed where the Bounty Hunter Bloods and PJ Crips assist one another against the Grape Streets.
The Grape Street Watts Crips are known to wear both blue and purple and have an intense rivalry with the Bounty Hunter Bloods and the PJ Watts Crips since 2000 when their 1992 truce with the Bounty Hunter Bloods disintegrated. The Bounty Hunter Bloods later allied with the PJ Watts Crips to counter the Grape Street Watts Crips.
Their name may seem comical but their approach is both ruthless and merciless to anyone who crosses their path or enters their territory without permission.
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They wear the colors blue and purple to represent their Crip affiliation in addition to representing Grape St which is located east of Anzac Ave and west of Hickory St.
Most members reside or have parents or relatives who have resided in the Jordan Downs Housing Project and many attend or have attended the local Jordan High School.
Their main enemies are the Bounty Hunters Bloods and PJ Watts Crips. Other enemies include the Circle City Pirus, Fruit Town Pirus, Hacienda Village Bloods, East Coast Crips, Fudge Town Mafia Crips, Neighbor Hood Crips, Rollin 60s Compton Crips, Ten Line Gangster Crips, Watts Mafia Crips, and Florencia 13.
Their main allies are the Acacia Blocc Compton Crips, Carver Park Compton Crips, Eight Tray Gangster Crips, Farm Dog Compton Crips, J-55, Rollin 30's Harlem Crips, Santana Blocc Compton Crips, Spook Town Compton Crips, and others.