Colombian authorities have already sterilized 24 of the more than 80 hippos residing in the rivers near Escobar’s former compound.
Colombian artist Camilo Restrepo is selling “kilos of cocaine” as non-fungible tokens. This cocaine doesn't get you high, though.
“If the food is good, we can call it anything – people will still come," its co-owner was quoted as saying.
And they’re wreaking havoc with Colombia’s waterways.
A Friend Once Warned the Billionaire Behind OxyContin That He "Could Become Pablo Escobar of the New Millennium”
"I hate to say this, but ..." the friend wrote to Richard Sackler in a 2002 email.
"You can clearly see the difference between the people who have tried our delicious burgers and the Colombians who just don’t like the name."
A tale of two Escobars.
More than 20 years after the death of the "king of cocaine," countries are still dealing with the aftermath.
The Senate Majority Leader tweeted a photoshopped shot of his head on Pablo Escobar's body.
Roberto Escobar launched “Dietbitcoin” and released a 280-page memoir.
Forget the original. This is the best damn thing we've seen all year.