Billionaire gets alleged death threats from El Chapo's son

Trump is reacting to a tweet reportedly made by El Chapo's son, in which he blasts Trump for saying El Chapo is "everything that's wrong with Mexico."

Donald Trump and El Chapo

Donald Trump claims the son of El Chapo is sending him death threats and is now attemting to get the FBI involved. Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is the Mexican drug load who recently escaped prison.

The tweet was written in Spanish, with the rough English translation, "Keep f***ing around and I'm gonna make you swallow your bitch words you f***ing whitey milks***tter (that's a homophobic slur)."

According to TMZ, the controversial Billionaire says he's not backing down, saying, "I'm fighting for much more than myself. I'm fighting for the future of our country which is being overrun by criminals." He adds, "You can't be intimidated. It's too important."

Trump sparked a reaction last month after referring to Mexican immigrants as 'drug dealers, rapists and criminals' in his presidential announcement.

Some Latino celebrities like Roselyn Sanchez, Shakira, Ricki Martin, America Ferrera all slammed the for 'The Apprentice' host on social media which some quitting his Miss America Pageant. Rapper Flo Rida canceled his performance at di-minute.


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