"Watch out for El Chapo!" That cryptic warning to Donald Trump by multi talented and award-winning artist Pitbull may in fact be more than just a cautious reminder that this ruthless drug lord is still on the lose, and perhaps a signal of something more sinister to come.

The heavy-handed warning by Pitbull was delivered as he accepted an award at Premios Juventud presented by Univision, the nation's largest Spanish-speaking television network, and the network that “The Donald” is suing for more than $500 million in New York Supreme Court after the Spanish-language network cancelled plans to air the July 12 Miss USA pageant.

The warning seemed to come out of a response from Trump who had initially referenced the infamous Mexican’s escape from prison and Trump’s reaching out to law enforcement after the drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, allegedly threatened him on Twitter.

Obviously Trump’s bold proposals in how he would deal with the continued invasion of illegal aliens, and the large influx of drugs and criminals crossing unabridged across our boarders, may have sparked the threat.

In his acceptance speech Pitbull acknowledged that Trump had personally been kind to him, then out of left field began referencing Trump’s  tough immigration stand, commenting:  "I want to tell him, look, I'm not a politician, I'm a musician, but most of all I'm Latino."

He then called on Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio directly to "ponte las pilas," which roughly means to, "Step it up"! And this is where it gets interesting, the next words out of Pitbull’s mouth "Donald Trump cannot be president!"

It seems clear Trump has hit a raw nerve with the Latin community, in particular illegal Mexicans crossing into America. And whether multi-millionaire dollar entertainers like Pitbull are reluctant to address and quite frankly ignore the tragic and violent crimes being committed by illegal criminal aliens.

h/t: Business Insider

 

 

 

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