In Mexico, rage on songs to the glory of drug traffickers

In Mexico, rage on songs to the glory of drug traffickers

Mexico City football club Cruz Azul had a chaotic start to 2023 to say the least. On Jan. 10, the captain, Julio César “Cata” Domínguez, 35, was forced into self-criticism after throwing a drug-dealing-themed birthday party for his 12-year-old son. “On social networks, we started to see photos of the party circulating, with in particular several minors who wore caps with the JGL logo, in reference to the drug trafficker Joaquin Guzman Loera [El Chapo]as well as balaclavas and plastic guns”, tells the sports newspaper leisure.

Faced with the indignation aroused among the fans of the team, Cruz Azul decided to suspend his player for four games. To make matters worse, her colleague from the women’s team Norma Palafox found herself at the center of a controversy after a video posted by the 24-year-old player on ICT Tac in November reappeared: as explained The financier, she appears there singing a song by the group La Adictiva & Luis R. Conriquez to the glory of El Chapo. This narcocorrido has more than 50 million views on the YouTube platform.

A fashionable style

According to the news portal infobae, which quotes the professionals of the sector, the Mexican music knows a worldwide success. Mostly, “there’s

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