Here’s a cool collection of hot ass girls and badass drug dealers….
This dudes name is Jose Figueroa Agosto and he was the Puerto Rican Kingpin who amassed a personal net worth of $100 million during his reign. He was the richest drug dealer in the Caribbean until his arrest in 2010. You know with those good looks, all that cash and power he was laying some serious pipe. I can only imagine.
Freeway Ricky Ross, not to be confused with rapper Rick Ross who only in his wildest dreams will ever be as badass as his namesake, was the the most powerful drug king in Los Angeles in the 80s. At the height of his career, Freeway Ricky claims he was earning $3 million a day. Ross served 13 years in the pen when he was busted but was released in 2009. Ross amassed $600 million dollars of personal net worth.
Griselda “The Godmother” Blanco made a net worth of $2 billion dollars dealing for Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Cartel in the 70s and 80s. Based in Miami she was a ruthless leader who was responsible for the deaths of more than 200 people during her reign. Check out the documentary “The Cocaine Cowboys” it’s all about this lady slangin yo and having jungle fever.
The man himself, the most successful and prolific drug dealer of all time, Mr. Pablo Escobar. He was the king of the Medellin Cartel whose ruthless tactics set the bar for his successors. Escobar reportedly shipped 80 tons of cocaine to the US a month during the height of his career. He also wrote off millions of dollars a year due to rodents eating the cash in the warehouses it was stored. El Patron aka Escobar held a net worth of $30 billion dollars.
Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar might not be as famous as the others but guy is one bad mother fucker. He has a net worth of 6.7 billion and is the founder and head of the Indian criminal organization D-Company. He is considered a terrorist and one of the most wanted men in the world for funding the 1993 Bombay Bombings and 2008 Mumbai attacks. He is currently off the grid.
This is the man of the hour, Joaquin Loera or better known as El Chapo Guzman. He is the reigning leader of the Sinaloa Cartel which is currently the most powerful cartel in the world. He mostly deals in coke but dabbles in heroin, meth and weed. El Chapo is worth $1 billion dollars and in 1993 was arrested and detained. When Chapo was ready to leave he was able to mysteriously walk right out of the prison. El Chapo is currently alive and thriving somewhere in Mexico.
UPDATE: El Chapo was arrested and detained in February 2014. It is said that his is currently in jail serving a life-long sentence but many believe that El Chapo simply slipped in and out of jail like he did in the past. The Mexican community believe this because you never hear anything about him and how he is doing in jail. Others believe that the man arrested, who claimed to be El Chapo was simply a look-alike sacrificed so the real El Chapo can get the Mexican government and his enemies off his back for a while.
Georgel Jung aka Boston George practically invented the marketplace for cocaine in the US during the 70s and 80s. Jung transported an estimated 90% of America’s coke supply directly from Pablo Escobar’s racket in Medellin. At his peak he was earning about $15 mil per run. Jung has an estimated net worth of $100 million. If you’ve seen the movie Blow starring Johnny Depp you already know all of this and if you did coke in the US in the 70s or 80s you can thank this guy (not Johnny Depp.)
Zhenli Ye Gon is a Chinese born, Mexican meth drug lord. He gained notoriety when police raided his house in Mexico City and discovered $207 million in cash stacked neatly in a back bedroom. While on the run in the US he lost an estimated $126 million gambling at The Venetian hotel in Las Vegas. Zhenli Ye Gon is worth an estimated $300 million and is currently being held in the US awaiting drug charges.
Joseph Kennedy better known as the father of US President John F. Kennedy made a fortune as a liquor bootlegger during prohibition. Kennedy then parlayed this early fortune into a much larger fortune in real estate and stock investments. In 1957 his net worth was estimated at $400 million, this is equivalent to $1 billion today.
Nino Brown and his gang, the Cash Money Brothers became the dominant drug ring with NYC when crack cocaine was introduced into the streets in the 80s. Nino’s megalomania alienates the crime lord from his gang and this sparks the downfall of the CMB. Nino was later arrested and while on trial pulled a bitch move and pointed fingers at other members of the gang. Later, when Nino triumphantly strutted out of the courthouse expressing his love for the American Judicial system, a gun toting man yelled “Idolator! Your sole is required in HELL!” and shot Nino in the chest. Cameras and news photographers photographed Nino’s corpse on the courthouse steps. R.I.P. Nino Brown.