Bahala Na Gang

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One of the oldest and largest Filipino gangs Filipino gangs, Bahala Na (meaning come what may) or BNG along with other prison gangs such as OXO, and Sigue-Sigue were established among inmates in the notorious jails of the Philippines in the early 1940s and eventually spread its operations throughout the globe. The gang is known to have chapters in North and Latin America as well as Europe. Known for being one of the most infamous gangs in the Philippines in the early 1990s for their heavy drug trafficking, murder, carjacking, kidnapping and other various crimes. In the United States, high ranking members are currently serving prison terms in California Prison systems. Members are currently active in California cities i.e Los Angeles, San Jose, Alameda, Oakland, San Francisco, Stockton, Sacramento


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