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On May 27, 1979, the Four Tray Gangster Crips were playing a football game with the 52 Broadway Gangster Crips at Gilbert Lindsay Park when a younger person on the Four Tray side pulled a gun and shot and killed Gangster Lee from 52 Broadway Gangster Crip. Gangster Lee was the brother of Rainbow, one of the leaders of 52 Broadways, and that's what started the conflict between those 2 sets.
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