El Chapo’s granddaughter launches singing profession


El Chapo’s granddaughter is able to hit the massive time — the teenage singer just lately grew to become a finalist on a nationally televised actuality present in Mexico.

Frida Sofia Guzman Munoz, 16, grew to become one among three finalists on “Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento,” the Mexican equal of America’s Got Talent in November, in response to press stories. Although she didn’t win the competitors, the truth present has boosted her nascent profession as a singer of regional Mexican ballads.

She is the daughter of Edgar Guzman Lopez, a favourite son of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. El Chapo, who headed up the Sinaloa Cartel, is serving a life sentence for homicide and drug-trafficking at a Colorado jail.

Guzman, whose stepfather is the son of retired Mexican boxing legend Julio Cesar Lopez, rocketed to nationwide prominence when she sang the Mexican nationwide anthem throughout a boxing occasion in Durango in 2020.

Guzman first rose to national prominence in 2020.Guzman first rose to nationwide prominence in 2020.Instagram/@F r i d a G u z m a n

In addition to singing Mexican regional music, Guzman additionally works as a mannequin and lives within the US, in response to press stories. Her Instagram page, which boasts greater than 81,000 followers, options movies of the younger singer in live performance in glamorous outfits.

Guzman additionally likes to field, a ability she acquired from her step-father, Julio Cesar Lopez Jr., knowledgeable boxer who held the World Boxing Council’s middleweight title from 2011 to 2012. Guzman’s mom married Chavez Jr. after the homicide of Guzman’s father in 2008.

El ChapoEl Chapo, seen above in 1993, is presently serving a life sentence.AFP through Getty Images

Edgar Guzman Lopez was one among El Chapo’s favourite sons and chosen successor. But he died in a gun battle in a shopping mall parking zone in Sinaloa’s capital Culiacan in May 2008.

Authorities recovered 500 bullet casings from AK-47s after the the shoot-out, which in response to press stories was a case of mistaken identification. Guzman Lopez was mistaken for Arturo Beltran Leyva, the top of the rival Beltran Leyva cartel.

El Chapo was reportedly so distraught after his son’s homicide that he purchased up all of the roses within the metropolis of Culiacan — greater than 50,000 — for the funeral, in response to Mexican information stories.

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