This Los Angeles Clothing Store Claims It’s Got El Chapo Shirts

Wondering where Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán bought those snazzy blue shirts he’s been wearing recently?


Wonder no more. The owners of Barabas, a clothing store in Los Angeles, claim they’re the source of El Chapo’s shirts.


Their slogan is “Good words, good thoughts, good deeds.”

Good deeds? They’ve got to be worried about their association with a vicious drug lord, right? NOPE. They’re loving the publicity. Here’s a screenshot of their website.

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Because all publicity is good publicity.

They’re even giving away a free “El Chapo shirt” on their Facebook.

Credit: Barabas / Facebook

Skeptical? According to their Yelp, they’ve also outfitted narcocorrido singer El Komander…

Credit: Barabas / Yelp

And the squeaky clean Marco Antonio Solis, aka El Buki.


Credit: Barabas / Yelp

Quiz: Can You Tell the Difference Between ‘El Buki’ Marco Antonio Solis and Jesus?

In case their site crashes – it already has – they’re also selling their “El Chapo Most Wanted” shirt on Amazon.

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Credit: Amazon.com

And it’s yours for only $128!

And if you paid $128 for a shirt, you probably wouldn’t want to get it dirty. Which explains why El Chapo was busted wearing this:


It all makes sense now.

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Why First-Generation Latinos Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

First-Generation Latinos Do Right by Their Parents

It’s hard enough to get out of bed on Monday morning. We go to work or school and complain about how much mornings suck. But for these students, the morning struggle is anything but because they know it’s nothing compared to what their parents endured to give them a better life. Their parents gave up their entire life, crossed borders and worked hard for an opportunity at something better. Watch what these students are doing to make sure this opportunity and their parents’ sacrifices don’t go to waste.

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