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17 Dec 2019
Eni Aluko says there were times she was “treated like Pablo Escobar” in Italy during her time with Juventus because of the colour of her skin.
20 Jan 2019
Pablo Escobar’s brother, Roberto (El Osito) Escobar, recently launched a GoFundMe page which has been taken down at this time, to impeach Donald Trump. The total amount asked to be raised was $50 million USD, with no indication as to how the money would be used. Roberto Escobar, did however, tell Global News that the…
28 Mar 2017
The American rapper Wiz Khalifa received a tongue-lashing from the mayor of Medellin, Colombia on Monday for visiting the grave of the city's most infamous son, the drug lord Pablo Escobar.

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