From gold to girls, Mexican drug lord El Chapo's sons take to Instagram to start the ultimate #narcolifestyle battle. See photos of the family's outrageously wealthy lifestyle.
In mid July, Mexican officials confirmed that 10,000 members of law enforcement were working to find escaped crime boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, whose life of luxury continues on for his children.
Over Labor Day Weekend, son Alfredo Guzman seemed to taunt those in search of his father, posting a photo with a caption translating to, "Satisfied here, you already know with whom." The picture included several emojis strategically blocking the face of the guest in question, though he bore uncanny similarities to El Chapo.
Now Chapo's children, currently in command of the Sinaloa Cartel, are boasting their wealthy belongings all over Instagram.
Girls, girls, girls! Alfredo Guzman assures followers that he has no shortage of lady friends.
Neither is he lacking in designer products and merchandise.
More girls! The Guzman sons know how to flaunt their beautiful companions.
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A gold-plated AK-47 displays in one Guzman son's fancy Ferrari.
Fans of designer watches, the brothers often flaunt their latest wrist candy on Instagram.
All that glitters is, in fact, gold. The hashtag #narcostyle accompanies many of the family's lavish posts.
The family's private planes are reportedly used primarily for smuggling narcotics north of the Mexican border.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, El Chapo was able to escape from prison after digging an extensive hole and tunnel underneath his shower.
Government officials previously posted a $3.8 million reward for information leading to Guzman's capture.