Formed as a b-boy clique on the streets of South Bohan in 1987, the Spanish Kings (founded by Cuban Marielito youth and local Puerto Ricans) gained a reputation in the city's burgeoning rap movement as regulars in the block party scene, with a tendency to take to the streets, occasionally committing petty crimes like vandalism and petite larceny. Eventually, the crew moved away from their hip hop roots by 1990, turning to the profitable crack game as a source of income for their disenfranchised members.
Today, after years of networking and moving weight, the once-humble gang from Hollowback Street now have sets all over the United States; from the ghettos of Los Santos, to the streets of Las Venturas, to the sun-bleached avenues of Vice City.
With the crew from it's very foundation, these individuals are considered the de-facto leaders of the Spanish Kings.
Notable members and the gang's core membership. Most are MIA.