Orthodox Jewish Newspaper Uses Actor Luis Guzman’s Face For ‘El Chapo’ Article (Photo)

Orthodox Jewish Newspaper Uses Actor Luis Guzman’s Face For ‘El Chapo’ Article (Photo)
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What’s in a name? Sometimes, the difference can be one as a vast as that between an actor and the most notorious drug lord in the world.

As pointed out by Malei Rikud on Twitter, the Lakewood Shopper, an Orthodox Jewish newspaper from Lakewood, New Jersey, reported the capture of Mexican cartel leader Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s capture.

Instead of using El Chapo’s photo, however, the Shopper used the mug of Luis Guzman, everyone’s favorite actor from the Lower East Side of New York City, known for his roles in “Carlito’s Way” and “How To Make It In America.”

While Luis Guzman is a badass, he may not be on the level of El Chapo, who’s allegedly responsible for the murder of thousands and the laundering of billions of dollars. Luis did respond to the photo, however.

On second thought, maybe we shouldn’t mess with the actor.

via Twitter, Top Photo Courtesy: Twitter

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