El Chapo's wife Emma Coronel Aispuro makes 'classy' reality TV debut on 'Cartel Crew' as she moves on from drug kingpin husband

She will be seen fraternizing with Marie Ramirez Arellano, the daughter of an unidentified former drug trafficker and her boyfriend Michael Corleone Blanco, the youngest son of one of the most notorious members of the Medellin cartel in Colombia. 


                            El Chapo's wife Emma Coronel Aispuro makes 'classy' reality TV debut on 'Cartel Crew' as she moves on from drug kingpin husband
Emma Coronel Aispuro (Source: Getty Images)

El Chapo's wife Emma Coronel Aispuro is all set to make her reality-TV debut come Monday, November 18. 

Ever since Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, more commonly known as "El Chapo," was sentenced to life in a supermax prison in the United States earlier this year, Emma has been making a number of public appearances - whether being photographed outside the courtroom or enjoying exotic vacations. 

Now she will be seen making "several appearances" on VH1's 'Cartel Crew', a show that follows descendants of the Cartel life as they break off from their families' drug-trafficking pasts. 

On Monday's episode, Emma will be seen on a Miami yacht wearing a deep-cut white eyelet blouse and dark glasses. She fraternizes with Marie Ramirez Arellano, the daughter of an unidentified former drug trafficker and her boyfriend Michael Corleone Blanco, the youngest son of one of the most notorious members of the Medellin cartel in Colombia. 

Emma Coronel Aispuro, wife of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, is surrounded by security as she arrives at federal court on July 17, 2019 in New York City. El Chapo was found guilty on all charges in a drug conspiracy trial and will be sentenced this morning. (Getty Images)

The sons and daughters of notorious drug dealers on the show will be seen fawning over high profile Aispuro.

“I was very nervous and humbled to be in her presence,” Ramirez Arellano told New York Post. “She’s not a regular woman. She’s a real Latina, a real humble person, loyal to her man. She gave off such great energy and she’s a real classy woman.”

Blanco, who ran his mother’s drug enterprise when he was a teenager, but has now traded it for a legitimate business, a.k.a legal sales of cannabis and selling cartel-themed apparel, said that he met with Aispuro on her yacht to discuss business. 

“I gave her some advice because she is trying to make the same kind of moves that I made,” he said. “She is a really sweet person who is going through something that no wife or mother should ever go through and now she has to raise two girls by herself.”

Ever since El Chapo's imprisonment, the mother of 7-year-old twins has also been trying to capitalize on the drug lord's notoriety. She has trademarked the “El Chapo Guzman” name to market a line of clothing and other accessories. 

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