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Thursday, 23 November 2017 17:54

Catherine Zeta-Jones plays a bisexual badass in "Cocaine Godmother"

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You'll find Catherine Zeta-Jones even sexier in TV biopic "Cocaine Godmother". She plays the largest drug trafficker, Griselda Blanco, who was openly bisexual. It's going to be a great movie!

A woman ruled over drug trafficking in the 70s-80s. You may know the trafficker El Chapo through the Netflix series. One of the pioneers of the drug traffic was Griselda Blanco, also known as La Madrina, the Black Widow, and the Queen of Narco-Trafficking. The police suspected her of being behind more than 200 murders. The DEA arrested Blanco in 1985 but managed to get away with it and develop her traffic. Her network extended throughout America, from Colombia to the largest American cities.

Blanco used her knowledge of women. She opened an underwear factory in Colombia. She made bras with secret compartments for the cocaine to send it to the United States through airlines.

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It was only in 2012, at the age of 69, that two unknown people shot Blanco in a street in Colombia.

In an interview with Deadline, Zeta-Jones said that there was "something fantastic about how she was the boss in a dangerous man's world."

I love this actress and she's perfect for the role. She's impressive in the movie. Did I tell you there is a hot scene with another woman in the movie? No? … I'll let you watch the trailer. Lifetime will premiere "Cocaine Godness" on January 20th at 8 pm E.T.

I also recommend "Cocaine CowboysCocaine Cowboys" and "Cocaine Cowboys 2Cocaine Cowboys 2" that are two fantastic documentaries on Griselda Blanco.


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