A 17-year-old YouTube star insulted a notorious drug lord. The teen

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While Rosales and his friends partied at a bar in Jalisco, a group of armed individuals burst in and fired at him, the Attorney General of Jalisco, Raul Sanchez Jimenez, told Mexican media outlets.

The teenager died after being hit by 15 and 18 bullet wounds and the authorities were able to identify him by his tattoos. 

A 25-year-old employee of the bar was also shot dead during the incident on Monday night.

Juan Luis Lagunas Rosales was born in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, an area notorious for cartels including notorious drug lord Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzman.

Rosales grew up never knowing his father and mother left him with his grandmother as a child.

In a recent interview, he said he left his hometown at the age of 15 without finishing high school, moving to the nearby municipality of Culiacán and washing cars to make a living.

It was in his adopted town that he took on the nickname that would later become known across the internet: 'El Pirata de Culiacán,' or 'The Pirate of Culiacán.'

He acquired a YouTube following by posting videos of himself drinking beer and bottles of whisky often until he passed out. 

Rosales was famous for his baby face and sense of humour, often posting pictures poking fun at the fact he was overweight.

At the age of 17, he racked up more than a million followers on Facebook and more than 300,000 on Instagram and his media fame started earning him spots in music videos and at promotional events.

Juan Luis Lagunas Rosales was born in the Mexican state of Sinaloa, a Mecca for cartels and the land of notorious drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzman. Lagunas grew up never knowing his father. His mother left him with his grandmother as a child.

Lagunas left his hometown at the age of 15 without finishing high school, moving to the nearby municipality of Culiacan and washing cars to make a living, he said in an interview in July. It was in this adopted town that he took on the nickname that would later become known across cyberspace: “El Pirata de Culiacan,” or “The Pirate of Culiacan.”

He started landing invitations to more and more parties, and soon fell into a life of excessive drinking. He would post videos on social media showing him chugging beer and bottles of whiskey, sometimes getting so drunk he would pass out. The videos started going viral. In the years that followed, the bingeing teenager became a perverse YouTube sensation. At the age of 17, he racked up more than a million followers on Facebook and more than 300,000 on Instagram. His social media fame started earning him spots in music videos and at promotional events.


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His baby face, matched with his belligerent, clownish behaviour, entertained the masses. Yet it was easy to forget that he was still a boy. He drew a beard on his chin to look older. He tattooed his arms - a pirate on one, a tiger on the other. He posted pictures on Instagram with large guns, half-naked women and luxury cars.MhUH3OFS-G0