The wife of “El Chapo” will be appearing on VH1’s reality TV series “Cartel Crew,” Fox News has learned.
VH1 executives confirmed Monday that Emma Coronel Aispuro will be making several appearances and is expected to open up “about her life after El Chapo,” as well as her upcoming business venture 포켓몬스터 다운로드. The beauty queen’s first appearance is set to air Nov. 19.
The news came a week after an insider told Fox News the 30-year-old was in Miami to sit down with cast member Michael Blanco, the son of Colombia’s “cocaine godmother” Griselda Blanco, to discuss the possibility of joining the show amd 카탈리스트.
TMZ previously obtained photos of Aispuro aboard a yacht with bodyguards watching over her. Blanco, 41, also was seen with his girlfriend and fellow cast member Marie Ramirez De Arellano youtube free videos.
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According to VH1, “Cartel Crew” aimed to look at the lives of eight cartel descendants “as they navigate adulthood and the effects the legacy has had on their upbringing.” The subjects were to have disconnected themselves from their past and hoped to make names for themselves beyond the drug world, the network said yoondesign font.
TMZ pointed out that “El Chapo’s” gang — Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel — remained very much active and dangerous even though the 62-year-old, whose real name is Joaquin Guzman Loera, has been serving out a life sentence in federal prison 케이크워크 소나 다운로드.
Ever since VH1 announced the premiere of “Cartel Crew” in December 2018, many viewers slammed the series online. Some critics said it celebrated a criminal lifestyle — one that was far from entertainment and much more horrifying Monmon. Others have compared it to “Mob Wives,” a reality TV series that followed a group of women living on Staten Island, N.Y., who offered to give a glimpse into “the lifestyle.” That VH1 show aired from 2011 until 2016 flamingo.
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In January of this year, Blanco told Fox News that “Cartel Crew” didn’t glamorize drug kingpins as celebrities 심야식당2 다운로드.
“We are not trying to glorify anything,” he said. “We’re just trying to move on with our lives and make our own means in a legitimate way Restrepo. … We’re not showing the past, we’re showing the present and the future.”