'The Devils Ride': Laffing Devils object to Gipsy's new MC plans

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As the Laffing Devils fall apart, prez Billy the Kid wants to expand; what is he thinking?

Since prez Gipsy was unceremoniously discharged from the Laffing Devils, the MC has been on a downhill tumble. Now, not only is the leadership of the new prez, Billy the Kid, and the vp, Snubs, under fire, but there may be a rat.

The question is this: Who cares?

It is hard to imagine what this group of guys could have “hidden” in back rooms of their shiny new clubhouse. Seriously, all the concern about cops and rats is just over-the-top for this over-produced show.

But, it is funny, I’ll give them that.

And, now, not only is Gipsy trying to start another MC, but power-hungry Billy wants a new chapter of the Laffing Devils.

The question here is this: What is he thinking?

At this point, the Laffing Devils are in tatters. The prez cannot control his members. The vp apparently doesn’t comprehend that bringing a car to a MC-sponsored drag race is a no-no. And, the majority of the patched club members do not question the fact—actually support it, it seems—that the prez offered hangaround status to a guy who apparently doesn’t even ride, and ultimately dropped out before being voted out.

And, they are going to expand and start a new chapter of this club?

It’s also rather incomprehensible why the mere presence of Gipsy can just shut down any functioning this club may actually have. At a Laffing Devils-sponsored car wash, Gipsy came down to support Snubs, who was trying to earn respect by earning cash for the club. Prez Billy walked right past him, not acknowledging his presence.

This question: Should there not be some level of respect for not only the former prez of this "brotherhood," but also founding father of the club?

Apparently not.

Gipsy Can Never Start an MC Again?

The Laffing Devils, after tossing him out—let’s face it, had he not turned in his patches, Gipsy was gone, anyway—apparently feel that he should never be with a club again.

“You don’t think it’s slightly disrespectful to start another club, after you just retired from this one?” Diamond demanded of Gipsy. “You do realize that if you start another club, you’re no longer retired, right? To me, that makes no sense whatsoever.”

Not being on the inside of the MC lifestyle, admittedly, Diamond’s attitude makes no sense to me whatsoever. But it apparently does from his point of view, if not Gipsy’s.

“I’m not doing it to be disrespectful,” Gipsy explained to Diamond. “I’m doing it to continue on with me. I’m starting something that’s different.”

Of course, choosing red and grey as his Sinister Mob Syndicate patch colors does look like a direct dig on his old club.

“In our world, a club has their own colors, they are for a specific reasons,” Danny Boy explained in a camera cameo. “They use them. Nobody else should be using those colors.”

Gipsy obviously does not care about what the Laffing Devils think; whether or not he will care about what other clubs in the area think is yet to be seen. But, it’s hard to believe, really, that any serious trouble that may come his way will come from his former brothers. They’ve never claimed to be a 1% club, and it seems unlikely that, under their current leadership, they are going to start down that road now. But, then again, there are a few troublemakers in the club; time will tell.

Stay tuned.

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Submitted by @GoldHoard (not verified) on
this is a "reality" show. meaning it has writers and directors that script the whole thing and create situations that would be entertaining to tv viewers.. watch the camera angles and think to yourself during a scene, "where is the cameraman?". the show is staged like professional wrestling with continuing storyline's, etc. even still, i love it! very entertaining imo. these are "characters" - perhaps they are a real club, but it's fun to watch regardless. prospect charles is now "tank", cool.

Submitted by iamike (not verified) on
its a better comedy than sienfeld.

Submitted by skin2win (not verified) on
need a Newman

Submitted by Crazy John (not verified) on
Agreed, scripted show, You can tell when they film outside away from the studio. The Club House we see is probably just a set

Submitted by Joy (not verified) on
Gipsy never retired per say... He just stepped down as Pres he still was apart of the club, until Billy's lame ass felt threatened by Gipsy being around.. Gipsy said it best when he said (what lacks in Billy's leadership that he can't lead with Gipsy around) Go on Gipsy do your thing... Go Sin Mob.....

Submitted by Jbv (not verified) on
I hear yah, go gipsy. He was disrespected. Founding father shunned. If he wants a Wisconsin chapter I'm in, go SIN MOB

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Waht kind of club lets Billy run Gipsy off? If i were in that club I would stood up and defended the founding member and former president or left with him. They talk about botherhood then let their brothers run each other off.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Gypsy was betrayed! By ALL insecure babies who call themselves a club! Sounds like a bunch of girls with ALL the drama n betrayal! Looking like a soap!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Good point he was run out. He didn't want tor retire. Now they got a problem. WHY? SIN MOB's logo is SICK.


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