On Wednesday May 23rd, agents of the SSP stopped two men who were traveling in a rental car on the corner of Calle 27 with 76 in the coastal town of Progreso, Yucatán. According to the law enforcement officers, the individuals showed a “suspicious attitude”.
Due to the appearance of the occupants of the vehicle, and as part of the surveillance operations that have been reinforced in the port, the state police retained them and asked them to identify themselves.
Great was their surprise when they found out that these guys were no other than famous Honduran rappers and recording artists Fuler Fonseca & Wenz, who are producing in Mérida, Yucatán, and were hanging out in Progreso for the day.
As the detention was carried out near Progreso’s Escuela Secundaria “Carlos Marx”, a group of students recognized them and an uproar arose, as the teenagers tried to greet them and obtain their autographs, while the local police officers were attempting to arrest them.
In the end, the rappers were left alone, and they headed out to the beach to spend the rest of the day.
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