Top 10 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California.

Top 10 Most Dangerous Neighborhoods in Los Angeles, California.

What is going on everyone? Are you thinking about moving to California? Do you want to know which neighborhoods you should avoid? Did you know most of the neighborhoods you should avoid in the United States are in Los Angeles? Maybe, not that bad, but, Los Angeles has more than most major cities in the United States.

Most dangerous neighborhoods in Los Angeles.

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  1. As an LA native (Mid-Wilshire) I can tell you that there are so many things that are misleading about this video. I don’t think it’s deliberately wrong but an example where you have to use your brain to connect the dots.

    First, the southern border of Little Tokyo is about a block away from Skid Row which has the highest concentration of homeless people in the entire country. At night it literally looks like a scene from an apocalyptic movie. I guarantee you that these violent crime stats he’s using to rank these neighborhoods have erroneously capturing skid row numbers which is NOT Little Tokyo.

    Second, he used a 10+ year old photo of an abandoned bowling alley in the Crenshaw description. That old bowling alley has been a Starbucks for A decade and that entire complex is clean.

    Finally, he’s not accounting for the fact that there are certain neighborhoods where crimes are underreported for various reasons, like fear of retaliation or fear of the police. I would flip that list upside down if I had to pick a place to walk around at night. Little Tokyo has a thriving night life (I go there a lot) and Watts would be the place I would avoid at all costs.

  2. democracy for criminals ! homeless & raising crime is within your system . you dont find that in originated lands like Saudi or other parts of Asia . simply because they have Law n order . try that it might fix your lands.

  3. Does the Little Tokyo numbers include the Arts District because I can see that contributing to that number. There are alot of homeless, druggies and thugs in the area.

  4. Compton was never really that bad east La was worse but whatever, Boyz-N-The-Hood was actually film in the city of Watts. It’s sad for all the Hispanic neighborhoods you named are the worst crimed infested ones.

  5. You were trying to be politically correct in this no one in the world is going to believe the most dangerous neighborhood in Los Angeles is Chinatown but Chris Tucker and Jackie and did their movie if this is the case La got some explaining to do

  6. Thank you for this great little informative video I live way out in the country now but I did live in Echo Park in the 90s my house is still there I own it and my brother lives there in the 70s. I grew up in all of LA including Santa Monica but this is super good to know where all the bad neighborhoods are because I’m coming back to visit and don’t want to go into the wrong place. Thank you

  7. For a lack of true fathers . .every father should teach their children how to fix things.. .a tooth comb to unclog the drain. ..spack to patch nail holes in the wall.. to prune, and edge around where you live.. ..clean up.

  8. It was Zionist Karl Bendetsen who had Japanese-Americans rounded up and put in concentration camps. Several Japanese people even died in those camps. The Jewish community have never apologized for that blatant act of racism. Much like they never apologized to African-Americans for the transatlantic slave trade, sharecropping, Jim Crow laws, etc.

  9. no me gusta china pequeño porque cuando se pasan las personas de reino pequeño al ir hacia atrás es muy peligroso con las damas malas rojas y negativas pero al ir hacia adelante al crecer grande como reino normal como el reino de Dios de día de boda no es peligroso con papas y mamás si es bueno!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️😍😍😍😘😘😘🌞🌞🌞🤖🤖🤖🤖👽👽👽🤩🤩🤩👍👍👍👩‍🎓👩‍🎓👩‍🎓🍎🍉🍑🍊🧁🧁🧁 estoy muy orgulloso con mi mamá I'm very proud with my mom I'm andres ibarra I'm 18 year old and I was born in Saint Frances Hospital I'm positive I'm very smart!

  10. It’s cool that your on your grind man but I’m thinking a lot of people traveling to Los Angeles are clicking on this video and I fear they won’t be visiting good minority ran businesses in these relatively safe areas because of your arguably misinformed video. I don’t mean any disrespect but as a person of color and a local resident, I feel like this is doing a disservice to the people of Los Angeles.

  11. Meeting people online, when telling them im from LA County, id really like for them to stop with the "Have you ever been to Compton?" question. It's annoying.

  12. I grew up in one the Mexican neighborhoods in Chicago Little village to be exact and it is so damn dangerous gangs and it's so many homicides and it's a very poor neighborhood Luckily I moved to Michigan and I totally love it!

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