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Thursday, February 10, 2022

Los Mezcales Break Off From The CJNG & Start A War Against Them in Colima

"HEARST", "Itzli" and "Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

A sudden spike in violence in the state of Colima is due to a long time CJNG leader breaking off from the larger organization. 

The Night of February 8, 2022

At approximately 4:45 am in the early morning hours of February 08, 2022, a home belonging to former congressman Aureliano Hernández Alonso, located in the Senderos del Carmen neighborhood of Colima, was shot up by a group of armed men with both long and short barrel firearms. Below is a video just of the sound of the shots, which was recorded by locals and uploaded to social media. Video contains no graphic content.

Video Source: AF Medios Noticias

Diario de Colima writes that the men then entered the home and continued to fire shots. There were reportedly several people inside the residence at the time and they took shelter inside a room together, calling police. The armed men then exited the house and began shooting two vehicles that were parked in front, one a Ford Lobo pickup truck and another a Toyota sedan.

A view of the house of former Congressman Aureliano Hernández Alonso the day after it was shot by armed men.

The men then left the area and by the time officers arrived, the attackers could not be located. Over 150 shell casings were later found around the home.

The body found in Villa de Álvarez. 

Then a decapitated man, wrapped in black garbage bags was found near a road near a Walmart in the Villa de Álvarez neighborhood of Colima.

Shortly after, a second body was found, along with a narcomanta in the sports complex in the town of Coquimatlán, which is located just outside of the city of Colima. It read, as translated by Sol Prendido: 

CJNG For all the individuals who belong to Los Mezcales or with them will all fucking die. Sincerely, CJNG. We are the owners of Colima


A little after, two narco message banners were found in the city of Colima. One was on a bridge on the Ejército Mexicano highway, just a few meters from the State Attorney General’s Office facilities. Another was found at the roundabout at the monument to King Colimán in the Los Viveros neighborhood.

These ones read, as translated by Sol Prendido: 

Look here you fucking traitorous abusers. You’re going to all suck my dick here. Send me your bravest men so that you faggots can see what time it is. We can meet up for that armed confrontation whenever and wherever you want to. You’re all mad because I refused to kill Indira. You thought I was stupid. I don’t involve myself against government personnel. 

The government shouldn’t get involved in our affairs either. Because our problem isn’t against you guys. These dumb asses are nothing more than a bluff. And these morons don’t scare me. Let me know whenever you’re ready for that dead man’s coffin. I’m prepared for whatever goes down. We’re going to see just how brave you are. My balls are so big that they’re practically dragging on the ground. All government personnel need to guard over the Governor. 

Because these individuals are planning a hit against her with the intention of blaming me since I refused to carry out that job. For this reason a war is coming. Not just in the capital but within all the state of Colima. As a result of this I’m planning on wrestling away all the state. Jarquín aka Chaparro come and kill the governor yourself. I’ve already found out how much of a coward you are and that you send people to do your bidding. 

You talk too much on a phone thinking you’re scaring anyone. Let’s instead fight it out so that you can see how long you’re going to last against me you fucking coward. You’re nothing more than a small ass weakling. And your boss can suck my dick.


El Vaca of the Independent Cartel

And then to round out the night, a narco message banner was found along with a flower arrangement outside a house in the Tulipanes neighborhood. It read as follows, as translated by Sol:

This is your first and last warning you bitch ass turncoat. You can willingly return to your homeland. Otherwise we will take you back on Thursday. We don’t want to see you in the state of Colima anymore.

The Larger Cartel Context 

So why the sudden outbreak of violence, seemingly all at once? On Twitter, the journalist Oscar Adrián, who has worked for Reforma and Colima news outlet Periodismo, explained that the recent violence was due to the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generation (CJNG) fighting against the local cartel group “Los Mezcales". The name of the group derives from the neighborhood in downtown Colima called El Mezcalito. 

According to Oscar Adrián, the CJNG and Los Mezcales were previously working together however recently the two groups had a falling out and are now at war with each other. 

At approximately 9:00 am on January 25, 2022, a brawl broke out between two gangs within a Colima prison in Buildings A & B. Reporters say a large amount of state and federal level security was seen entering the prison, followed shortly by the arrival of seven ambulances. Later it was revealed that 9 inmates had been killed and seven inmates had been injured in the brawl. 

On January 26, 2022 the Secretary of Security for Colima, Manuel Llerandi Ruiz gave an interview about the incident to Milenio reporter (and CJNG favorite) Azucena Uresti. Secretary Llerandi Ruiz said that prison guards found the prisoners involved to be in possession of cellphones, bladed weapons and most notably, a firearm. He said they believed these items of contraband were delivered by being thrown inside, or as he directly said “launched from the outside”. 

He stated that the nine who were killed in the incident all sustained gunshot wounds. And two of the seven injured had also sustained gunshot wounds. In regards to the deceased, he said “I do not have confirmed information on which groups the deceased people belonged to.” 

Secretary Llerandi Ruiz referred to the CJNG and Los Mezcales as rivals in an interview about the recent killing of nine inmates in a Colima prison. He said “It is presumed that the confrontation was by alleged members of CJNG and Los Mezcales.”

Full interview linked here.

He continued “We don't know what the reason for the fight was,” adding, “The information was that Los Mezcales were working with the CJNG, we don't know why the relationship ended.” This interview was the first ever acknowledgment of a divide between the two groups from state law enforcement authorities. 

Strangely, a few days later Colima's State Attorney General Bryant Alejandro García Ramírez and a team of three officials denied having any information which indicates there is a local cartel group fighting the CJNG and instead asserted the prison killings were due to a dispute between two CJNG groups.

In the early morning hours of February 7, 2022, a group of armed men shot up the exterior of a house and two pickup trucks, which were parked outside. A total of 221 shell casings were found at the scene. This directly preceded the shooting of the former Congressman's house that occurred the very next night.

Then, the aforementioned flurry of violent events occurred on February 8,  the shooting up of the house, the dead bodies being found and the three narco message signs. It is important to note that Oscar Adrián says that the “Colima Independent Cartel” is merely a new title that the Los Mezcales group had given itself. 

Of note, the location of one of the narco message banners (which make very clear that Los Mezcales and the CJNG have split) being so close to the office of the State Attorney General’s Office could be interpreted as a direct message in response to State Attorney Office’s earlier denial of a split. 

The content of the narcomantas appears to support the claim from the Secretary of Security, and not the Attorney General’s Office,  that there has indeed been a split.

La Vaca & His Criminal History

Now, going back to the narco message banner from Colima Independent Cartel (or really, Los Mezcales) the signer called himself “La Vaca”, or “The Cow” which is the alias of cartel leader José Bernabé Brizuela Meraz. La Vaca is a well known criminal leadership figure within Colima and he sometimes goes by the aliases of “El Berna”, “El Animal”, and “La Bestia” as well.

As some background, Vaca was born on October 21, 1982 in the port city of Lázaro Cárdenas, in the state of Michoacán. The details of his early criminal career are few and far between.

We do know that at some point he moved from Michoacán to Baja California because his criminal record indicates he was found guilty on charges of  kidnapping, robbery, and homicide in Baja California and released on June 13, 2002. During his time in Baja California, La Vaca was identified as a member of the Cártel Arellano Félix (CAF)

On November 21, 2010, former governor of Colima Jesús Silverio Cavazos Ceballos was killed outside his home. President Felipe Calderón Hinojosa condemned the murder and called for answers about the perpetrators of the crime.

Just a few months later, on February 9, 2011, the CJNG subgroup Los Torcidos released a video interrogation of a taxi driver who claimed to have previously worked for another CJNG subgroup, called La Resistencia. 

It should be noted that this was during a time when the CJNG was only just starting to form itself out of the Milenio Cartel and it was going through an internal divide, with one side called La Resistencia and the other side was called Los Torcidos, or “The Turncoats”. 

The taxi driver, Gilberto Arturo López Rangel, claimed to have insider knowledge about the assasination of former Governor Cavazos. He said that the La Resistencia figure La Vaca had killed him and he was ordered to do so by Gerardo Mendoza Chávez, alias “El Flaco”. 

It is important to note that El Flaco was often identified as the leader of the La Resistencia faction at this time. The video then ends with the following message: 

As you can see, this is how the people from La Resistencia conduct themselves, trying to frame their enemies instead of confronting them directly, because they lack courage. They commit these types of killings to bring the attention of the authorities towards us, trying to trap those of us who -in reality- are trying to protect the citizens of Colima and Jalisco.

(To watch the video and Borderland Beat’s coverage at the time, click here

Then in April 2011, a civilian submitted an anonymous tip directly with soldiers from the Army (SEDENA) and the Air Force about the current location of La Vaca.  Officials later said in regards to the tip that “precise information was provided to locate these alleged criminals.”

On April 30, 2011, Federal Police officers and soldiers from the Marines conducted an operation which specifically aimed to arrest La Vaca at the location they were given, which was in the El Mezcalito neighborhood of the city of Colima, in Colima state. The operation was successful and La Vaca was taken into federal custody.

A day later, on May 1, 2011, Governor Mario Anguiano Moreno announced that the actual murderer of Governor Silverio Cavazos was Hilario Geovanny Pérez Loera, alias “El Chiguas”. According to La Parada Digital, the governor went on to allege that although there was evidence that a cartel member who went by “La Vaca” who participated in the assasination, however, that man merely had the same alias as José Bernabé Brizuela Meraz.

After this, the news reports go silent in regards to La Vaca. He was evidently released from custody because he was living as a free man when, on May 23, 2013, SEDENA soldiers and law enforcement agents conducted a raid which aimed to re-arrest him. 

The raid took place at a residence, an expensive multi-level home that was valued at just under $2.5 million at the time, on Morelos Street in a section of the town of Comala that is famous for its lush white-facaded buildings. 

At least six cartel hitmen spotted the soldiers and a shootout occurred, as they tried to defend La Vaca from the attempted arrest. The hitmen fired towards them with long barrel firearms that were equipped with 40 mm grenade launcher attachments, trying to buy Vaca and his wife Lorena Sánchez Rodríguez time to escape the area. 

During the battle two hitmen were killed and three soldiers were injured. After seeing that they were outnumbered by the soldiers and having just watched two fellow hitmen be shot to death, four of La Vaca’s hitmen chose to surrender and be taken into custody.

Then soldiers chased after the fleeing La Vaca and an altar with candles lit in front of the image of Santa Muerte was hit. The candles toppled onto some nearby blankets, setting them aflame in a blaze that quickly surrounded the room. 

La Vaca had on him a Beretta 380 pistol, equipped with a suppressor and nine bullets in its magazine, but he did not choose to open fire. Instead, he identified himself to the soldiers as the boss and offered them $5 million dollars if they would secretly release him and claim they were unable to find him. Vaca said he could get them the money from a sister of his who was secretly working as the accountant for the criminal group. The soldiers evidently did not take the bribe and La Vaca, along with his wife Lorena Sánchez, were taken into custody. 


The soldiers then fully searched the property. Inside, they found a room that was being used as a crystal meth lab and over 5 kilos of freshly-created meth nearby, which they seized. They also seized from the property three fragmentation grenades that were found in an armchair, two vehicles, radios, cellphones, a laptop and a notebook containing notes that were apparently related to the activities of the criminal organization. 

After later interviews, it was discovered that three of the four hitmen who were arrested were originally from Tijuana, in Baja California. They said they were initially hired on the border to sell drugs for the CJNG and were then brought to Colima to perform similar functions in various rented properties in the area, such as safe houses and "tienditas", or “small stores”. They said they also participated in kidnappings and homicides on behalf of the group. 

Strangely, during the announcement of his arrest, officials described La Vaca as an operator of La Línea. However, when the son of the leader of the CJNG, Rubén Oseguera González, alias “El Menchito'' was arrested in June 2015, the Federal Attorney General’s Office listed off previous arrests of major CJNG figures and cited La Vaca, seemingly contradicting themselves. 

Eventually, La Vaca would be sent to the maximum security prison commonly known as Altiplano, in México state while he was awaiting his criminal trial.

In September 2015, a hunger strike occurred with at least 20 inmates acting as participants in Module 1of Altiplano. While the names of the participants were never officially released, it was rumored that La Vaca was one of  notable cartel members who participated along with the likes of Héctor Beltrán Leyva, of the Beltrán Leyva Organization (BLO); Edgar Valdés Villarreal alias “La Barbie” of the BLO; Servando Gómez Martínez alias “La Tuta”, of Caballeros Templarios; Mario Cárdenas Guillén, of the Gulf Cartel; and Arturo Martínez Herrera, of Los Texas/Los Negros of Nuevo Laredo.

On October 28, 2016, La Vaca’s criminal trial was formally concluded and he was sentenced to 34 years of prison. 

During his time in Altiplano, La Vaca reportedly did not get along well with another famous inmate, Miguel Treviño Morales, alias “Z-40”. Later it was reported by La Vaca’s relatives that “Z-40 threatened him with death when he was in the Altiplano and he told him he was going to kill him.” Luckily for La Vaca though, Z40 was transferred out of Altiplano in May 2017 before Z40 got a chance to harm him. 

For a number of years little was reported on La Vaca. Then in 2019, a court in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas chose to issue an arrest warrant against him on charges of aggravated homicide and offenses against public servants. 

This arrest warrant would force La Vaca to be transferred to a prison in Tamaulipas so he could appear for arraignment. This prison in Tamaulipas would presumably be filled with cartel members who were loyal to Z40. 

In December 2019, on the day that La Vaca was scheduled to be transferred, he was loaded into a federal van and driven towards Tamaulipas, however as the caravan of prison vehicles approached a certain section of Highway 175, the road was blocked. Cartel members attacked the caravan and a violent shootout occurred. One police officer was killed and four more were injured however La Vaca was ultimately not freed by the cartel members. 

After the failed attempt to break La Vaca, he was sent back to Oaxaca. On January 26, 2020, it was reported that a magistrate judge in Oaxaca refused to accept the Tamaulipas warrant and then left for vacation. Upon the judge’s return, he ordered that La Vaca be released due to the excessive time in which he had been held without arraignment.

Thereafter, it appears that La Vaca returned to Colima and rejoined the CJNG, where he likely found he had been replaced by new leadership figures like the Jarquín Jarquín brothers, El Chaparito and El R32. From there, he likely formed a new subgroup named Los Mezcales, with men loyal to himself primarily and the CJNG secondarily. 

Sources: El Comentario Article 1, Article 2, Diario de Colima Article 1, Article 2, Article 3, Oscar Adrián, Azucena Uresti, Publi Metro, FGE Statement

La Vaca Sources: Diario de Colima (1), Diario de Colima (2), El Universal, Debate, Zeta Tijuana, La Sabia Calle, Noroeste, LUIS Figue Noticias, BB Article from Oaxaqueño, Excelsior, La Prensa, Tribuna


*In terms of the official PGR record, El Vaca was identified as a member of the Cártel Arellano Félix (CAF) during his time in Baja California. It is quite possible that during this time El Vaca was a member of the Cártel Arellano Félix (CAF), but it is also possible that he was a member of the Colima Cartel which was working closely with the CAF at the time, producing and manufacturing meth on their behalf. 

**There is a discrepancy on the number of hitmen who were arrested between publication Zeta Tijuana, which reports there were four hitmen who were arrested and La Parada Digital, which reports there were only two. 


  1. Cjng getting its own people against them. Let them shoot it out.

    1. I5 sure as he'll won't be like CDS acting like they're friends but trying to kill each other like mayo and chapitos lol
      These are REAL men unlike those fanfarronez sinaloas 😆

  2. These mantas remind me of African male lions pissing on a tree in their territory. This author of this manta had a long, satisfying firehose of a piss.

  3. Lovers' tiff...un tiff de amantes

    Canadian girl💋

    1. Canada girl
      Per fevere
      No de wants de be Narcos en de Mexico, pleze desire maddam
      Bon jour

    2. Yep Canadian wanna be drug dealers, think it's easy to blend in , in Mexico. Canada stop sending them to thier deaths.

  4. That's the cds only chance to go in Colima now.
    They been wanting g that state for years but can't manage against CJNG..

    1. CDS doesn't exist anymore it's El Mayo's Cartel or Los Chapitos Cartel.

    2. Are you dumb.. now CJNG gas no Ports on the pacific... Manzanillio n Lazaro C. Are the 2 biggest ports in mexico. No chemical for Crystal

    3. 9:33 I know right
      But El mayo and chapo always wanted that state
      Chapitos and mayo might reach out to them to help out and in return get a spot in their plaza..

      Then again I think most cartels already know they are both weak.
      CJNG is in a whole different Level NEVER seen in a Mexican cartel..

    4. Yup... Chapitis n mayos will for sure fund the splinter groups to fight cjng . They lost the port city's.... Games over.... Plus the fronteras ain't theirs either

    5. 12:36 your a pendejo always talking out your A$$!
      So now you say cjng has no ports?
      Your a pendejo 100%
      El 85 is in Colima running shit
      Stop posting your delusional information here PLEASE!!

    6. 12:36
      When did cjng lose manzanillio? Just cause there's some internal beef? Cjng also still has operators in Lazaro Cardenas... Does ur hater little brain not understand it's a contested area no one dominant group? Cjng moving work across la frontera like always... still pumping thru TJ, Juarez and Tamaulipas.. you r a pathetic little hater michachangos living rent free in that little baron skull of yours u fucking bitch ass

    7. Look real close at what you're saying... Viagras control Lazaro... And manzanillio...they have just lost a splinter group. In TJ. Their dropping like juarez n tamps... They are fighting as well... Like people say many cartels are dependent on that port. So why would they just allow one cartel to push everyone around.... You make tooml much noise you usually get fucked... Ok you moron. Same results that happened to Zetas will be CJNG same FUuture

    8. Cuernacaca u really r a fucking moron if u compare zetas to cjng.. cjng are an actual DTO made of many different families that have been operating in Mex and the USA since 80s. zetas were just pistoleros who didn't have enough experience in the drug game. And with Colima just because they have a splinter/defection now cjng just all the sudden lost all off Colima??? Lazaro Cardenas cjng still operates there and like I said they're still pumping work thru TJ, Juarez and Tamaulipas.. u said cjng dropping like flies in Tamps??? El primito es El bueno de tamps he's all in with cjng... Cuernacaca ur a fucking hater that's it son ur fucking dip shit moron once living rent free in that empty skull 💀 of yours pendejo

    9. 11:13 these CDS groupies are the worse, they just write baseless stupidity with no common sense.

      Watch out because now that you called him out expect to be trolled by these kids in every post because you insulted their leader Cuernavaca 😆

    10. @12:49 you a dilusional pendejo acting like you really know whats really going down in coloma. please stop it.

  5. Isnt that what the cjng does too?
    Make alliances with local groups, then after awhile they kill the local leaders and take over.

  6. El 85 is heavy in Colima. Hes el Bueno there for cjng.
    Lets see how this ends. I forsee the leader of Mezcales getting killed amd the rest falling back into line. Colima isnt a place of war because too many cartels are dependent of that port. Too much money. Already spending more money bribing la marina that now holds control and this war would only bring backlash to all the cartels operatimg there not just cjng amd mezcales

    Los alegres del barranvo just dropped a song about a month ago that is made for Mencho. In it he shouts out all his armed wings including El 85
    Yeah 85 is totally anti cjng

    1. To me It was obvious 85 is CJNG
      I seen a few of your comments that always stated that fact.
      I knew 85 was cjng when El cholo called addressed him in his video trying to convince him to go against mencho and join him.

      Colima is structured well by cjng they been killing off competition there for decades against LA familia michoacana and cds trying to set up a spot in that plaza

    2. 12:09 maybe but he right about 85

    3. @11:11 For decades? Jajaja que pendejo saliste

    4. 9:50 do you even know what a decade is pendejo!?
      It's 10 years
      Don't confuse it with a century pendejo!

  7. His corrido is on YouTube “el Vaca de Colima - grupo Renuente “ Says he’s loyal to don mencho and CJNG

  8. Replies
    1. Hey Billy, what do you think about La Vaca being labeled as La Linea?

      Was that just due to confusion in the early days of the CJNG about just who the CJNG were?

  9. Another one going to finish like cholo

  10. Splinter groups leaving... Their fycjed it they loose nanzanillio

  11. What happen to Chivis? Did she win the lottery and quit? Hope she did

    1. Mr. Dog
      She is in Norway relaxing.No wifi, no TV enjoying life.

    2. Simon cacheton, pina coladas y salchipulpos cada dia for Miss Chivis.

    3. Lol sure she's in Norway with no wifi and Tv...... Or maybe is in Siberia with no wifi and TV. Obviously she had enough of this moderating and

  12. Thought it was Eze from Mayan's for a sec... Wheww.....

    There's a manta saying la Vaca is now with sinaloa.

  14. Thats a LOT of dick sucking to do in one day.

  15. Another cartel after them? seriously how many cartels now want CJNG destroyed not to mention the uncorrupted elements of the police/military wanting him either behind bars or preferbly 6 foot under.

    I cannot see CJNG lasting too long with this many rivals battling them, they are simply fighting too many fronts at once. You had a good run Mencho but maybe its time for you to get face surgery and disappear somewhere else and have nothing else to do with cartels whilst you still can as I've a feeling they are going to get you somehow.

  16. If Chapo Guzman was out he will put the Michuachangos and CJNG in check. We need to pray to Mexican Gods for his release.

    1. I regret to inform piaza, Chapo Guzman will not be getting out anytime soon. Court has decided many months ago, that he will spend life in prison.

    2. Chapo's finished dude. He might be able to bribe his way out of a Mexican prison but not an American one no way.

    3. Real soon we gonna get a Hispanic president in the USA. He will pardon Chapo el Jefe. It happens all the time. Pardons are common.

    4. LOL @Paisa 6:15PM are you serious? you honestly think a president hispanic or not is just going to "pardon" El Chapo like he hasn't been responsible for the direct or indirect deaths on an EPIC scale? its ok he's just going to be "pardoned"? that's laughable for someone to even think is possible. Are you trolling?

      Yeh I can totally see it now as the prison guards lead him out his cell to the exit doors of the complex:

      "alrighty Chapo you are a free man by orders of the president just promise you'll be a good boy and won't go back to the world of cartels and all the chaos it brings right?"

      "I promise :) byeeeeee!"

      Yeh rite lmao!

    5. Buttfunk are you trying to tell me that drug dealers and murderers don’t get pardon by presidents and governors in the United States? I’m almost positive that the last 5 presidents probably pardoned several murderers and drug dealers in the USA. Males and females. Convicted murderers sentenced to life.

    6. Ypur average murderer and dealer isnt responsible for thousands of lives lost. They dont own drug cartels to ruin countries.

    7. 7:21 am. How many people got killed on the Iraq invasion and they did it for what ? How many life’s were destroyed because someone else’s bullshit. But I guess is ok.

    8. Paiza your a dork.
      Chapo will never be free.
      Even if the future President
      Is an green alien.

    9. *3:06 THANKYOU. Someone with an IQ above 40.

  17. "My balls are so big that they’re practically dragging on the ground." 😅🤣

    1. Cut 12 inch wood and glued your nuts each and use as dumbbell so you can have your daily exercise. You got to think outside the box.

    2. Yeah that funny comment reminded me of that Family Guy episode where Peter Griffin got too fat. And they needed a fork lift to move his fat ass around.

    3. Or Randy’s balls on South Park.

  18. Michoacangos make snitchaloas look like sissies..
    I am from sinaloa but I'd rather have a michoacango take over..

  19. Why do so many people say "it would be better if such-and-such cartel or drug lord was running the place and got rid of CJNG" or whomever?
    at the end of the day no matter what cartel they are they are all flies buzzing around the same pile of s*** all they want is to eliminate the competition not so they can protect their people but so they themselves and only them alone can extort profit and rule over the people including continuation of mass producing their poison to skyrocket their profits for themselves only.

    So many people don't seem to get this! do they actually believe their b.s messages they leave after bumping off a rival talking about something like: "YOU WILL NO LONGER KIDNAP AND EXTORT PEOPLE HERE AND THOSE WHO DO WILL END UP LIKE THIS PUNK BITCH! WE WILL RID THIS PLACE OF YOU SCUM!" like the cartel who writes that notice has absolutley NOTHING to do with kidnapping and extortion. Yeh they are the "good" drugs cartel! please.

    1. Michaocangos are bad for Mexico, if there was no michoacangos Mexico would be a SUPERPOWER..
      There would be no cartels either

  20. Se voltearon en Colima
    Traicionaron al patrón
    El que un día les dio la mano ✋🏻
    Cuando no tenia para comer
    Resultaron peor que un perro
    Pues ustedes No saben obedecer
    85 activado y listo pa responder
    Van a terminar bien cholos
    Se los dice Lucifer
    Somos 4 letras resistencia a otro nivel
    A torcidos enderezo
    Eso ya les demostré
    Con los cuinis el milenio siempre al 100
    Hay fracciones y brazos armados
    Muy a punto de graduar
    A estos perros unas cachetadas para
    Que dejen de ladrar

    1. Michoachangos al avance
      Como changos en la selva
      Una bola de mongolitos
      Que nomas la baba cuelga.

  21. Can't believe there's so many ignorant dip shits on this site michachangos this michachangos that u stupid fucks don't understand how la manana works u think they play these stupid little my states better than yours shit??? It about the mighty 💵 Every cartel has mother fuckers from everywhere in Mex. There's a bunch of michoacanos in cds just like there's sinalaloas in cjng.. and u cuernacaca u can suck my dick u faggot bitch and btw I ain't a michoacanos me and my family are Sahuaripa Sonora,but I know what time it is ur just a hating little bitch

    1. You're family probably migrated from michoacaca and now you claim Sonora. Just like Juanga claimed Chihuahua and Mencho claims Jalisco.

    2. Where u from? Know what don't matter to me u fucking corriente! that I do know u coward little punk bitch I know ur kind ur heart beats kool-aid sweety

    3. 9:30
      My family's been in Sonora since the Spanish and the Yaquis you fucking cock sucking bitch

    4. 302. Just as I suspected. A michoachango claiming to be from another state.

    5. 5:03
      Just cause mencho represented Jalisco he lied about being a michoacano? Everyone knew mencho was a proud michoacano. Let me guess El senior de Los celios was ashamed of Sinaloa that's was repped Juarez right? Same with the original Guadalajara cartel they were all ashamed of of being sinaloense cause they repped Guadalajara right??I've met stand up Mexicans from everywhere just like I've known corrientes like you from probably got punked for your lunch money by some michoacanos Lil sissy bitch

    6. Dominis salute compa real recognize real iv met solid yakis that had my back regardless of where i was from.

  22. Sinapuerkas are comedy for sapos that fold quik they sure do run they're mouth alot the homie just got outta federal prison and said all the sinalolas were bitches when it came down to take action in race riots they make the paisas car look bad he said the bajas michoas n jaliscos where with the shits along with a few other states.

    1. I think everyone already knows that fact they are all talk..

      After michoacanos called their BLUFF on how big and bad ass, how smart, how brave, how cds was the toughest and most powerful cartel in the world just so they can go to New York in front of a judge and do THE MOST SNITCHING EVER RECORDED by a cartel 😆

      Now the whole world thinks ALL Mexicans are snitches.
      Chinolas make the Mexicans look terrible..
      Only thing those Tontos are known for is drug dealing and THEY CANT EVEN DO THAT RIGHT! SMH

    2. 9:28 truth hurts huh that the world is seeing what yall really about he said out of all of them 90 percent were sissies 😆


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