Gang Bandanas?


A bandana is a small piece of fabric that is most commonly decorated with a paisley pattern. A bandana is usually worn around the head in various configurations, in a pocket, or tied around a leg. Oftentimes, gangs use bandana colors to signify their gang affiliation. This style is credited to California rival gangs in the 1980s and 1990s – Bloods wear red bandanas, and Crips wear blue ones.
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The Pink Bandana Gang is a newer gang; however, despite their lack of experience, they are considered to be quite dangerous. It has even been said that they may be the most dangerous
Almost all colors are used in gangs. ChaCha.
THe Irish.
Honestly, who cares as long as they're gone? Scottsville is not the place for that.
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