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  1. BLACKKKK!!!!!! POWERRRR!!!!!! We wish to portray a modern day Black Mafia. We want to display to the server that we are well capable of showing the server we can produce Immaculate roleplay while giving you the grimy black leadership feel. We are a closed faction. If you have any questions regarding the faction you can message @GoonDaKilla
  2. BLACK MAFIA MOVEMENT "Affiliated Felons a/k/a The Black MOB" History The Black Mob started out as a small drug trafficking group of african-american teens. Before they were called “The Black Mob.” They went by the name “Affiliated Felons.” The organization started after the Black Panther movement was shut down. A lot of locals In the south central area of Los Santos came together and formed a coalition called the Affiliated Felons to protect their communities. Due to the crack-cocaine epidemic the group forgot their purpose and lost focus of the main reason the group was brought together. Majority of the original members split up and decided to do their own thing which was making profit anyway to help out the black community. Many residents thought they were taking the Robin Hood approach, but it only backfired. Over the years the organization turned into a trafficking organization however, most of the members are still predominantly African-American and they still operate in southern parts of Los Santos. Some of the crimes they commit range from some of the pettiest of theft to the most heinous, disrespectful, outlandish, random, morality-lacking crimes in Los Santos such as drug trafficking, street racing, weapons dealing, human trafficking, and money laundering. To this date, it isn't sure if hierarchy exists among this band of heathens. Recently, a series of raids in South Los Santos resulted in the confiscation of a multitude of illegal narcotics and firearms, which led to more information about the Affiliated Felons group being revealed, as well as insider informants. The Affiliated Felons under Rakeem Barksdale entered the hip-hop music business as South Los Entertainment in the early 2000s as a front organization to launder money from cocaine sales and to legitimize itself. South Los Entertainment served as a promoter for several high-profile hip-hop artists. In 2005, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) indicted members of the Affiliated Felons, ultimately securing convictions by targeting the Johnson brothers under the Continuing Criminal Enterprise Statute, and both were sentenced to 30 years imprisonment. Subsequent indictments eventually targeted over 150 members of the organization, and over 25,000 people were estimated to be members or associates. Prosecutors alleged the Affiliated Felons made over $270 million during their operations. None Of the charges was able to stick to Rakeem However Vashon was the unlucky one and was pointed out by others associated with the operation and was served 100 years In prison. Heartless and Affiliated Connection The Heartless Felons were already settled In Los Santos San Andreas Correctional facility before the DEA Indictment. However, they weren't big In numbers inside the prison. For decades Blacks and Northerners have always been out-numbered by the Whites and Southerners In San Anne. By the time members of the Affiliated Felons, the numbers of blacks shot up from 2005-2019. The Affiliated Felons created a coalition with the Heartless Felons Inside the prison growing stronger In numbers. The group caters to the majority of the black people who come Inside the prison and keep in In touch with them when they are on the outside. This allows both factions to keep growing on the inside and out. Los Santos Law enforcement agency, as well as the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, are struggling to combat the alarmingly fast-growing threat of the criminal organization in both the streets and in state prisons. Efforts to combat the criminal organization are primarily directed to the four state prison systems, as 85% of all Heartless Felons members are incarcerated in Ohio, San Andreas, Texas and Florida, and only 15% of them are active within society. The Transition The Affiliated Felons dropped the name and took on the name “The Black Mob.” They decided to take on this name because they were no longer street thugs hustling for quick cash. They started a drug and weapon pipeline across The five biggest states which was Los Santos, Chicago, Atlanta, New York and Philadelphia. The Black Mob decided to back multiple Black Lives Matter organizations using some of their businesses as a front to stay out of the Federal Government radar. Modern Day the Black Mob only supplies black street gangs across the five cities that they operate in. They stay away from gang warfare at all cost trying not to get linked back to any one group. Their business stretches from the illegal weapon trade to drug trafficking. They established a weapon hauling operation that started In Indiana and Kentucky due to the fact In those states it's easy to buy guns with no FFL or FOID. They will normally send a person who isn’t of essence with the streets to go and buy about 7-10 firearms then haul them to a specific state then they will receive payment. They also have multiple mobile hotspots also known as trap-houses where they print 3D weapons such as Polymer Ghost Glocks and attachments which the modern day gangs call “Switches.” Outside of the illegal businesses The Black Mob has multiple legit businesses which they use to place young African American youth In. They donate millions of dollars a year to the Black Lives Matter movement and they also have their own academic program which takes trouble from the youth of the streets. The program teaches the youth how to be businessmen it also pays for the trades that the youth want to attend free of cost.
  3. Indeed Brother We Do Bleed The Same Blood
  4. Ghetto Boyz 13 Environmental Mod 4 Pacc Gangster Crip Environmental Mod
  5. yes indeed we make roleplay great again mens
  6. unlock the door unc left my charger
  7. Park Village Crips era good times
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