Romeo and Juliet Easter Egg - Love That Graffiti

In the scenes when Romeo and co. are on Verona Beach, take a look at the grafitti on the walls behind them. In one scene (Mercutio's Death) the name "DiCaps" can clearly be seen over his shoulder. Several other members of the cast and crew grafittied the walls as well,

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Wickkit, the egg here is that "DiCaps" is a reference to the name of the actor who played Romeo-Leonardo DiCaprio.
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Also when they call Romeo's house on the phone, behind them you see the word Romeo written in green.
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Ranee writes:
"DiCaps" could refer to Leonardo Dicaprio, but doesn't it make more sense that it would mean Die Capulets, being as the whole play is about the rivalry between the Montague family and the Capulet family? Even if you haven't read the play, it's still evident in the movie.
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Wickkit writes:
So what?? That was probably put there to show that they were the street gangs and the director wanted us to know that they ran the streets. One of the things gangs do is graffiti the walls with their names. Big Deal!
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