Drug kingpin El Chapo’s ‘untouchable’ son, 36, gives away CARS, locals in Mexico

Drug kingpin El Chapo’s ‘untouchable’ son, 36, gives away CARS, huge gifts and food to locals at bling holiday party run by Mexico’s deadliest cartel

  • Video footage shows the moments residents in Mexico were treated to a concert where cars and SUV’s were given away by the son of Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán
  • Residents in an undisclosed town in Sinaloa were feted with the lavish giveaway that also included a live band, food and drinks
  • An Instagram account unofficially attributed to Ivan Archivaldo Guzmán, son of the jailed drug kingpin, also showed the moment children thanked him for gifts
  • The 36-year-old also uploaded photos containing supermarket plastic bags filled with goodies that were reportedly distributed across several towns in Sinaloa 

The son of jailed drug lord Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán treated residents in the family’s home state of Sinaloa with a car giveaway, concert and free food at a massive Christmas party.

Videos uploaded across several Mexican social media accounts showed a row of at least 10 cars and SUVs lined up at the event in Mexico.

 Ivan Archivaldo Guzmán’s gesture kept in line with a tradition once set by El Chapo’s former associate, Pablo Escobar. 

A video uploaded to an Instagram account unofficially attributed to Iván Archivaldo Guzmán showed the moment a bevy of giddy children accepted gifts a week ago.

‘Thank you Don Ivan,’ the children shouted in unison as they gathered in front of a cellphone camera in an undisclosed location in Mexico.

It is impossible to depict that the young boys and girls received since their faces were completely covered with Christmas-related filters and his Instagram account’s name, @therealivanguzman.  

The 36-year-old son of the co-founder of the Sinaloa Cartel purported social media account also contained a slide show of supermarket plastic bags filled with goodies. 

One of those Instagram Story posts featured Jose Feliciano’s ‘Feliz Navidad’ song, one of the most downloaded Christmas songs in history. 

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