The call from Lokillo and “Popeye” in which he felt horrified: “What madness”.

popular comedian locillo It has always been characterized by its peculiar mimicry. is one of the many characters he emulates Jhon Jairo Velasquez, aka PoppyA well-known hitman for the Medellin Cartel and one of Pablo Escobar’s closest men.

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In a video shared on the social network of Perros Criollos, a ‘stand up comedy’ in which comedians participate, Locillo said that one day he received a message on Instagram apparently from ‘Pope’, who died on 6 February. had died. 2020.

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Moments after that message, A call came on his mobile from an unknown number.

keep laughing the country i made cry

“I answer and they say to me: ‘Good afternoon, friend, who is calling? Am I talking to Loquillo?’ “, the comedian said between laughs.

Lokillo joked that he later replied to Xapo as follows: “Yes sir, with him. Tell me, teacher, how can I help you? Master of evil, tell me.”

Apparently Velasquez may have admired him for his work, “My friend, I just wanted to let you know that I am dying of laughter with your video. What a crazy thing, my friend,” aka Poppy told him.

The ex-capo humorously noted that the ex-capo allegedly told him “a very good phrase: ‘Keep making a country laugh that I have made cry'”.

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Before the culprit’s unexpected call, Lokillo would have replied: “Oh, sir, I thought you got angry all of a sudden, because you are so mad and start bothering people, you shouldn’t bother.”

According to the comedian, “No, calm down, everything is fine with me, calm down,” aka Poppy would have expressed to him. “The ones that are not well are the hippopotamus,” added Lokillo jokingly to end his story.

Who was aka Popeye?

as a hitman for the cartel, ‘Popeye’ would have committed about 300 murders and would have been involved in 3,000 murders., That was part of the escalation of violence that led to Medellin being described as one of the world’s most dangerous cities in the early 1990s.

‘Pope’ turned himself in to the Colombian justice system in October 1992, more than a year before Escobar was executed (in December 1993). According to the prosecutor’s office at the time, the handing over of Velasquez meant “there was no settlement.”

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The ‘Pope’ record also includes the assassination of the Antioquia police commander, Colonel Valdemar Franklin Quintero; An alleged involvement in the murder of lawyer Carlos Mauro Hoyos and even Luis Carlos Galán, and the bomb against the Avianca plane that exploded in the air after takeoff 30 years earlier, and killed 107 people.

After 23 years in prison, Velasquez was granted parole and released from the Combita high-security prison, Boyaca, in 2014. That time opened a youtube channel In which he shared videos posing with firearms and talking about the cartel.

In 2018, he was arrested again on fresh charges related to extortion, conspiracy to commit an offence, intimidation and incitement to hatred.

He was imprisoned in La Picota prison in Bogotá, where he was diagnosed with end-stage esophageal cancer on February 6, 2020, which led to his death.

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