Thank you bro.
just had the conversation with lamar like "if I could make paper in the hood I would be still there" so he definitely didn't want to leave south central because he hated to live there, his surrounding or gangs.
the strange thing in the same conversation is that he asks Lamar about Chop, but he is with Franklin all the time??
This has been stated countless times on this forum by me and others, but some people on here still seem to insist on saying Franklin wanted to leave the gang life, or that he's no longer a gang member, which is not exactly true - as you have further demonstrated.
Actually, you flat out stated he does want to leave the gang life and have given no in-game statements to the contrary. You've stated Franklin would be in a gang if they weren't small time and he made no money but those are still legitimate reasons to want out of the gang life.
Especially when you're a criminal.
If Franklin thinks the gang life is for losers because they make no money, he still thinks they're losers.
@ Charles Phipps
I don't know why you are telling me this. You disagreeing a point with me that I never disagreed with in the first place. And it's not about being a loser either, its about where the grass is greener. I've explained that already. If you still don't agree then fine, but lets not go in circles.
@ I am Nada
Once again, you are just repeating my point. That was what I meant - if Franklin was making big money with the gangs, he'd still be a gang member, but probably naturally progress to being a leader, boss or kingpin within his profession. A gang member is a career criminal, that's their established, everyday lifestyle, and it's how they earn their money to make a living. I'm not sure what you are getting by highlighting a difference between the two that don't really exist. The Mafia and other top crime mobs in America started off as street gangs. It would have been no different with Franklin had he made it big with gang culture (like dominating the local drug trade and becoming rich off it).