Peso Pluma receives death threat from organized crime with alleged narco-banner

Mexican singer Peso Pluma received a death threat from the Jalisco Cartel – New Generation (Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación) in the form of a narcomanta.

Organized crime continues to generate concern among the Mexican and international population, as they do not stop for anything. And once again they wanted to terrorize the world of regional Mexican music, and launched threats against the singer of the moment, Peso Pluma.

In a very short period of time, his fame has skyrocketed thanks to his hit song “Ella Baila Sola”, and because of this, he has had an abundance of presentations, especially in Mexico.

She was scheduled to perform on October 14 in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. But this day a narcomanta appeared threatening him so that he would not be able to perform the concert.

The National Guard was in charge of finding this banner, which was located on the El Mirador vehicular bridge in Playas de Tijuana, Baja California.

This while the authorities were conducting a surveillance tour, in which they located the banner with a death threat, hanging on the vehicular bridge located on Second Street and Mirador Boulevard in the Isla subdivision.

The text was coined to the Jalisco Cartel – New Generation, as it bore their signature, but the authorities have not taken it for granted.

“This goes to you Peso Pluma, refrain from performing on October 14 because it will be your last performance. This is for disrespectful and loose tongue HPM. You show up and we will break your whole mother. Atte. CJNG”.


Following this discovery, the Municipal Police arrived at the scene and reported that no people or witnesses were located in the vicinity.

In addition, three more banners were located; however, so far only one has been located in Via Rapida, Panamericano and Colonia Libertad.

It should be recalled that in February 2023, Grupo Codiciado cancelled a concert scheduled in Tijuana after a series of threats by the same criminal cell.

Christian Nodal threatened with narco-banners

It was in November 2021, when the Regional Mexicano singer was also a victim of these bad practices by organized crime.

The municipality of Metepec was plagued in three of its main bridges of narcomantas, which the alleged perpetrators are members of the Familia Michoacana, who urged the artists contracted for the fair of this place not to appear due to some differences with the businessman who organized the event.

The narcomantas appeared hanging from the vehicular bridges of Tecnológico, Comonfort and Boulevard Aeropuerto, all of them crossing Avenida Las Torres. These messages warn of negative consequences for the elements that will perform at the fair.

“All artists who were to perform at the Metepec Fair are informed not to perform at the fairgrounds to avoid the spilling of innocent blood, including their own, since due to actions taken by the scumbag businessman Mario Garcia, they are prohibited from performing,” the banner reads.

Among the artists announced for the Fair are Pancho Barraza, Christian Nodal, Alfredo Rivas, Luis R. Conriquez, Julión Álvarez, La Arrolladora Banda El Limón, La Adictiva, La Mejor Sonora Dinamita, Cuisillos, Pequeños Musical and Matute, the presentations began this weekend.

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