Money Made Mafia
Money Made Mafia Bloods
Front Yard Mafia was originally a subset under the blood gang, Money Made Mafia, resided in the Crystal Gardens projects, East Idlewood. The sudden death and incarcerations of prime members of the blood gang toppled over the hiearchy, causing the gang to go defunct. The rise of Hispanic gangs, shown across most black neighborhoods, was likely to occur. Causing many of the black families to move from the projects and settle in the sub urban neighborhoods of Los Santos.
While Crystal Gardens had a variety of gangs pop up, ranging from black gangs to hispanics. A few core members of the subset of Front Yard Mafia remained. While avoiding the conflict, Nino "Nemo" Colón, Ivan "Ivy" Mcmillan, and Keyvonte "Key" Pettis were living out of a unit, selling narcotics behind the prominent gangs. In a recent incident, Lamont "Lil Mint" Green, an ex-Money Made Mafia soldier, was shot in a gang related conflict on West Grove Street. Believed to be the source of the trio's narcotics.
Colón, once the upcoming Dominican boxer from Ganton Gym before being involved in an almost fatal car accident in 2015, attended a boxing event in Willowfield. Lonnie Plumlee, now an organizer and coach at Idlewood's youth centre, attended the same event. Through this event, another narcotic connection was made.
Today, Front Yard Mafia has gained structure through the months and a stronger hierarchy. With this, they've gained prominence within the housing projects. While showing some traditions to it's predecessor, Front Yard Mafia is known to be separate to the previous blood gang, Money Made Mafia. Still representing bloods in Los Santos.
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