The wives of twins, who did a podcast with 50 Cent, former associates of the Sinaloa cartel, Vivianna Lopez and Valerie Gaytan, have pleaded responsible to a lot of fees together with cash laundering linked to accumulating, hiding, and spending their males’s large financial institution.
The 2 will enter official pleas to U.S. District Decide Matthew Kennelly, based on ABC 7 Information, in April.
Individuals might know their husbands Margarito Flores and Pedro Flores by the challenge they did with 50 Cent, “Surviving El Chapo: The Twins Who Introduced Down a Drug Lord.”
In 2022, rapper 50 Cent expanded his attain in leisure from Hip-Hop music, tv, and movie and now tapping into the podcasting world.
The Queens native didn’t go Joe Budden with the trouble, sharing his ideas about what’s happening on this planet (he has his social media for that), however the content material creator created a present about crime life and drug tradition.
Within the sequence, the Chicago-born equivalent twins sat with co-hosts Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and investigative journalist Charlie Webster, to share with “listeners how they went from dealing $2 billion price of medicine throughout the nation as North America’s most profitable cocaine traffickers to authorities informants.”
They spoke in regards to the backlash and every part the inner questions they’ve for themselves for snitching on one of many largest drug sellers within the Western Hemisphere.
Like their husbands, the wives have additionally used their expertise to make cash.
In 2017, Lopez and Gaytan wrote a e book titled “Cartel Wives,” discussing their lives as wives to drug sellers. The e book references a number of the crooked issues the women needed to do.