Movie and TV Series Drug Lords Poll: Who Would You Rather Work Under?

If you thought drug dealers were earning well…Hold my beer. Drug lords sit on hordes of wealth and boy do they know how to flaunt it. From gorgeous ladies and rare cars to exotic pets and a sea of servants, Drug lords are the perfect figures to demonstrate how power and crime can change a person and ultimately lead to their downfall. In this poll, we face off the most ruthless movies and tv series drug lords to ever appear on the screen.

Movie and TV Series Drug Lords Poll: Management styles

Gustavo Fring (Breaking Bad) vs Pablo Escobar (Narcos)

These drug lords have very different management styles. Who would you rather work under, Breaking Bad’s Gustavo Fring, or Narcos’ Pablo Escobar?

Who would you rather work under?

Movie and TV Series Drug Lords Poll: Go legit

Tony Montana (Scarface, movie) vs Nino Brown (New Jack City)

If these drug lords had to go totally legit who would do better than the other?

Who would do better if he went legit?

Movie and TV Series Drug Lords Poll: Lt’s party!

Reese Feldman (Starsky and Hutch, movie) vs Ricardo Diaz (Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, video game)

Leading your own drug cartel may be stressful at times. Which one of these drug kingpins knows how to unwind and party?

Which one of these drug kingpins knows how to party?

Movie and TV Series Drug Lords Poll: The Post-Apocalyptic Tyrant

Rogelio Torrez (Machete, 2010 movie) vs Drexl Spivey (True Romance, movie)

These guys made a lot of money in the world we live in now. Who would thrive even more in a post-apocalyptic world?

Who would thrive in a post-apocalyptic world?

Movie and TV Series Drug Lords Poll: The New Drug Kingpin is a She!

Paloma Reynosa (NCIS) vs “Ma-Ma” (Dredd, movie)

Is it harder to be a female drug kingpin? These women say. Who is more violent?

Who is more violent?
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