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Top 10 worst neighborhoods in Los Angeles. #1 is scary dangerous.

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  1. I'd love to see a rerun on south central in a few years. Poor ghetto folk cannot afford to live in south central anymore, shoot a first time home buyer can barely afford to live there… I see a great deal of people from ghetto areas in los angeles migrating to palmdale and riverside areas.

  2. While I am sure any town has its bad parts, I consider Los Angeles the worst town to visit. When gangs are allow to practice their trade without being stopped, make LA the worst town in America. However I am sure Chicago could be up there and with it high murder rates. But you could not pay me enough to take a bus tour through there! BTW- I been to Chicago, I find it pretty safe within reasons.

  3. This video is probably misleading because he is talking about small areas, usually between 1.5 sq miles to 4.5 miles that are certain hotspots for crime. Each neighborhood has different population densities, varied cultures and different attitudes towards crime. South Los Loss is a vast area and the three or neighborhoods he mentions are small—very tiny areas of South Central. Over all, South Los Angeles is probably not as bad as he seems to be making it. Everyone who lives in Los Angeles knows that there are solid middle class neighborhoods even in South Los Angeles that hadly register the amount of crime found in other parts

  4. i grew up in northern OC by Disneyland, and I moved downtown a few years ago. I used to go with my dad to work construction all over LA when I was a kid and remember it well. Since I've moved here I have spent quite a bit of time in South LA, and walked a lot of miles. I can say that LA is a far safer place than it was in the 80's and 90's. The narrative that LA is turning into a shithole is incorrect, as crime is at the lowest rate in many decades. It was a shithole back then, and kind of still is in many regards, but it's cleaning up exponentially. Crime is sort of tolerable in that it's not any more pervasive than in many middle and large sized cities. You still see graffiti here and there, and it's cleaned up pretty regularly now. But in the 90's every bus, every sign, every window, every wall had graffiti (that's when California was a conservative state, but i'm not going to get political). Schools were non-functional, and the cops were paramilitary. Aside from the horrible cost of housing and the stifling traffic, LA is a relatively safe large city with still some real problems. It has gone to hell and back though.

  5. Wow this video is extremely misleading. I use to live Los Angeles for over 30 years and now live in Denver for work but moving back to Cali in Jan. More then half the things he said is not even true lol. Maybe I should make one on Denver and get over 500,000 views. People won't even know the b.s. that are not from or been to the area🤣🤣

  6. 😂😂😂😂😂😂
    Laughable lists including N.Y…
    Maybe the places tgat should be on these lists are places you definitely DON'T GO and shouldn't go.. 😂😂😂😂
    I noticed all these places were empty when you went if u actually were there…..
    I'm NOT MAD AT YOU….
    I'M DEFINITELY NOT GOING EITHER…. I STILL THINK YOU SHOULD WALK THE STREETS AND APPROACH SOME OF THE PEOPLE 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
    GOOD LUCK 😂😂😂😂😂😂

  7. I grew up in Sun Valley (San Fernando Valley) in the 60's and 70's and moved away. Went back in 1987 and almost every home on our block had bars on the windows and everyone's yard looked like hell. I thought diversity strengthens communities? what a crock.

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