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Sunday, June 29, 2014

NEW MUSIC: M.Rex - The Gospel



One of tracks that wont be on the final playlist. #EOTS2. STREET CERTIFIED

Monday, June 9, 2014

CARTEL QUEEN: Claudia Ochoa Felix [SHE'S BAD!!]


Wielding her signature pink AK-47 and posing like her idol Kim Kardashian, this is the alleged new leader of an elite kill squad used by one of Mexico's deadliest drug cartels. Claudia Ochoa Felix, nicknamed The Empress of Antrax, is thought to be the new leader of the 'Los Antrax' hit squad, used by the Sinaloa cartel to carry out executions and revenge attacks. The 27-year-old uses social media to brag about her lifestyle, posting pictures of herself holding guns, posing with a leopard, and strutting around in tight outfits and swimsuits.
U.S. intelligence sources have named the Sinaloa cartel as 'the most powerful drug trafficking organization in the world', and they are thought to be responsible for much of the heroin smuggled into America. Los Antrax is the drug cartel's elite contract killer squad, and was previously led by Claudia's lover Jose Rodrigo Arechiga Gamboa, 33, who was arrested in January. Claudia married a Sinaloa drug trafficker known as 'El Chavo' Felix with whom she had three children - however they later separated. Despite her ostentatious lifestyle, Claudia managed to avoid public attention until Yurina Castillo Torres, 23, was shot dead on May 7 in an apparent botched assassination after being mistaken for Claudia. According to local media report the two looked similar and were from the same area.

Despite the attack, Claudia has refused to go underground and can still be seen clubbing in the main discos and nightclubs of Mazatlan, Culiacan and Guadalajara. The only difference is that this time she is always surrounded by heavily armed men who protect her. Despite the attempt on her life, Claudia denies any connection to any criminal organisation, saying claims about her are 'cowardly lies and slander'. A deadly drugs war has raged in Mexico since 2006 and has claimed an estimated 100,000 lives as gangs fight over territory and carry out revenge killings.

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