Mexican Actress Tells Drug Kingpin to 'Traffic With Love'

Mexican actress Kate Del Castillo sent a letter via twitter offering some advice to the World’s most powerful drug trafficker “El Chapo.”

In the twitter letter, Castillo, who is also considered one of Mexico’s most beautiful women, began by saying she believed in the drug dealer more than government.

“Today, I believe more in El Chapo Guzman than in the governments who hide all the truths,” she wrote on twitter.

She did not state which governments but went on to say governments conspire to hide cures for deadly diseases such as AIDS for their own profit.

The actress has been famous in Mexico for decades, according to the Huffington Post. Her U.S break came in 2007 when she was in the film “Under the Same Moon.” The actress has guest starred for six weeks on Showtime’s “Weeds” and was a 2009 Loreal spokesperson.

However the inclination to El Chapo that Castillo spoke of was oblique; as she went on to say he could do a lot better.

“Mr. Chapo, don't you think it would be great if you could start trafficking with positive things? With the cure for diseases, with food for the kids on the street, with alcohol for old people's homes so the elderly can spend their final days doing whatever the hell they want?” she wrote on twitter.

“To burn all those 'whorehouses' where women are not worth anymore than a pack of cigarettes, without supply there is no demand. Come on Mr. Chapo, you would be the hero of all heroes, let's traffic with love, you know how to do it,” she said.

El Chapo, real name Joaquin Guzman, is still at large and is the leader of the Sinaloa cartel. On Tuesday, the U.S. Treasury Department called Guzman “the world's most powerful drug trafficker.” reports Guzman was also on the Forbes list of world’s richest people with an estimated fortune of $1 billion. Authorities believe his cartel has been expanding to Central and South America as well as in the Pacific. “El Chapo” escaped in 2001 from a Mexican prison.

There have been no reports of the drug dealer responding to Castillo.