I totally love your caption more than what @time just posted. They should be ashamed of themselves for making the slightest connection to a named druglord.
This photo. 💗
Beautiful photo and caption. Do better @time
I still don't like how you are connecting a beautiful cultural celebration with Cartel
It’s Quintero the last name... beautiful picture, that the culture in our city, but I show you whats the real Culiacán culture
and now Lacey isn’t just a fifteen year old girl celebrating, she is trumped by American media overshadowing tradition and culture trying to make Mexico seem as so so so violent. Were you disappointed when a drive by shooting somewhere in the background didn’t make it into your picture?
@joandabottleof_ don’t worry I don’t think she did it free of charge
@estruendosa Would you prefer we show only guns and violence? This is one of several photos that provides context to where Chapo come from. The photos selected for this story shows everyday life and scenes in a non-sensationalized way.
This caption is okay. Not great. It shows that even for being a narco state. This girl can continue to enjoy her youth and celebrate her becoming a young woman. But instead it should’ve been a post of her life and what she does. Not what happens around her that she has no control over.
@mac_kenia thought of you
Omg @ali_lapetina that’s the famous church I was talking to you about from my home town. The picture frames that my mom has at home are taken at the exact same spot the girl is standing. Those are the famous 144 stairs you have to climb to get to the church. It’s called La Lomita de Culiacan Sinaloa!!! That’s funny you mentioned it 😊
@lclairag @tobias.varntoft @canaltunkaynak @emmafranco guyyyyys we made a stop there didn’t we 💔
Lacey celebrates her quinceañera overlooking the city if Culiacán, Mexico, a stronghold of the infamous Sinaloa cartel. For @time. Link in bio.