When he grew up in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, Luis was a member of a boy band.
One day, he was at a party and was approached by a man who introduced himself as ‘El Chapo’.
“He told me I was his friend,” Luis said.
“He invited me to come and see him.
I was young and naive, but I thought it was a joke.
So I said yes.
I met him for the first time in a restaurant.
It was a bit weird.
We went to a bar where we sat, and I thought, ‘He must be my friend’.”
It was a really nice moment.
I had a really good time.
I knew him and I was really comfortable with him.
But I didn’t know who he was.
When we got to the restaurant, he didn’t want to sit next to me.
I asked him, ‘Why not?’.
“He said he was an actor and he needed to go to Mexico to meet a girl, and he could only go to TamaULIPAS.
So, I told him to go there and find out where I could stay.”
As the years went by, Luis’s relationship with El Chapo evolved, with El Chappo becoming more and more distant.
“I remember my first conversation with him,” Luis says.
“When I asked, ‘Are you my friend?’ he said, ‘No’.
And then he stopped.
He just stared at me and didn’t say anything.
I just started crying.”
But Luis’s first encounter with El Chiapos was not the first.
“My first encounter was when I was in Tama, when I asked to be his friend, and then when I met the first woman,” he says.
He remembers that El Chapos first encounter as “a shock” and he was so scared.
“That’s when I felt like there was something wrong with me.”
It was in 2003, while still a teenager, that Luis decided to travel to Mexico City to meet El ChapO and meet El Tompalague.
“It was really scary.
I started crying.
He didn’t understand why I was crying.
But then he started talking to me and started explaining everything to me.”
Luis’s first meeting with El Tombalague took place at the El Chapop’s house in Ciudad Juarez.
“There was no question.
I told El Tambalague what happened to me, how I was born, that I’m from Tama and he laughed,” he remembers.
“The next day, I was at his house, and El Tambo came to me saying he would give me the chance to be with him in Mexico City.”
In 2009, El Chapoj finally agreed to meet Luis and El Chapa.
He also gave Luis the keys to El Chapolos apartment, which Luis shared with El Año.
“We had the most fun in that house,” he recalls.
“Every time we were together, El Tamba would come and play with El Guapo.
We would eat together and have sex.”
But El Chapoz had other plans for Luis and his friends.
“They told me to have a good time,” Luis remembers.
El Chapoy told him that Luis had to be careful with what he said to El Guapos.
“So, he told me that he would put me in a box,” Luis recalls.
When El Guapanos daughter was born in 2013, El Chapoy sent him a letter.
“In this letter, he said that he had a lot of money, and that I would receive all the money if I worked hard and did my best,” Luis recalled.
El Chapeño was devastated.
“But I knew I had to tell him.
He asked me to say that I loved him,” he said.”
And I said, I love you.
He said, You know, I’ve never seen a man happier than me.
He was happy for me.
That was it.”
In 2015, Luis met El Chapas son, Luis Jr. He had to leave Mexico and go to Los Angeles.
“After that, I got really close to El Chapa.
He is a very happy man.
He knows how to be nice,” Luis added.”
In the year 2000, he came to my house to see my brother.
He brought his daughter with him to the house, so that I could see him,” says Luis.
“She was beautiful.
She was beautiful.”
When El Chapao was finally caught in 2014, he ordered Luis to go with him, and they were both sent to Mexico.
“On the way there, El Añez asked me if I wanted to go see El Chapolo in Tijuana.
I said ‘No’, and he said ‘OK’.
And I got on a plane to Tijuana,” Luis recounts.
“El Chapolo came out of the plane and greeted me and gave me his