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Mateo Borja

King Teo


By: Mr. A.Himself
Entertainment LLC 
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The Rise of CJNG: Mateo and Juanito’s Path to Power


Early Years:


Mateo and Juanito Borja grew up in the tough streets of Guadalajara, Mexico. Their childhood was marked by adversity and the allure of power that emanated from the criminal underworld. Raised in a lower-middle-class neighborhood, the brothers were no strangers to the harsh realities of life.


Entry into the Cartel:


As teenagers, Mateo and Juanito found themselves drawn into a local gang known for its illicit activities. Their intelligence and ambition quickly caught the attention of higher-ups in the criminal world. They proved to be resourceful and ruthless, traits that would serve them well in their future endeavors.


Formation of CJNG:


In the early 2000s, as tensions within the Milenio Cartel escalated, a pivotal moment occurred. La Resistencia, a faction within the cartel, accused CJNG of betrayal, leading to a violent split. Mateo and Juanito stood firmly with CJNG, believing it to be their best opportunity for power and dominance.


The Twisted Ones:


CJNG, labeled “Los Torcidos” (The Twisted Ones) by La Resistencia, was now in the hands of Mateo and Juanito. Together, they waged a fierce battle against La Resistencia, ultimately emerging victorious. This victory solidified CJNG’s control over critical smuggling networks, especially along the coasts of Mexico.


Militarization and Dominance:


Under Mateo’s strategic leadership and Juanito’s ruthless tactics, CJNG began to transform. They adopted a militarized approach, creating specialized units for various forms of warfare. CJNG expanded its reach, dominating not only Jalisco but also Nayarit and Colima. The latter regions became crucial for their drug trafficking operations.


Alliance with Sinaloa Cartel:


Recognizing the need for strength against common enemies like Los Zetas, Mateo forged an alliance with the Sinaloa Cartel. This partnership would shape the Mexican criminal landscape, but it also brought an upsurge in violence and criminal activities.


Severing Ties and Ascendance:


By 2017, CJNG, under Mateo’s and Juanito’s leadership, grew too powerful to remain subordinate. They severed ties with Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada of the Sinaloa Cartel, asserting their independence. CJNG’s ascent continued, reaching a zenith in 2018 when they became the second most potent cartel in Mexico, flooding the country with methamphetamine.


Rivalry with Nueva Plaza:


Notably, the defection of CJNG co-founder Érick Valencia Salazar and high-ranking leader Carlos Enrique Sánchez in 2018 led to the creation of the Nueva Plaza Cartel. This marked the beginning of a fierce rivalry, with both groups vying for control over strategic territories.


Current Landscape:


As of 2020, CJNG, led by Mateo Borja (King Teo) and Juanito Borja (El Lobo), stands as a dominant force in Mexico’s criminal landscape. They wage battles against various rival cartels, while law enforcement struggles with corruption and vigilantism becomes a growing trend among smaller communities resisting cartel control.


International Attention:


The rise of CJNG did not go unnoticed on the international stage. Efforts to classify CJNG as a foreign terrorist organization emerged in the United States, underscoring the group’s notoriety. U.S. counter-drug officials identified CJNG as the “biggest criminal drug threat,” while Mexico’s former security commissioner labeled them “the most urgent threat to Mexico’s national security.”


Mateo and Juanito’s journey from the streets of Guadalajara to the apex of Mexico’s criminal landscape reflects the complex and dangerous world they inhabit, where power is seized through violence and strategy.

Soon, his name stood out, even further than the CJNG itself. It went from, Mateo from the CJNG, to King Teo and the CJNG. King Teo, is a notorious and feared figure in the criminal underworld on his own. His reputation as a lunatic and a merciless killer has made him a name that strikes terror into the hearts of all who have heard of him. What sets King Teo apart is his ability to infiltrate the most covert and heavily guarded meetings and other events of the sort, leaving attendees in a state of panic and vulnerability.


These secret meetings, often held in hidden and secure locations, are meant to be impervious to intrusion. However, King Teo's uncanny knack for discovering and penetrating these gatherings has instilled fear in those who engage in illicit activities. His ability to appear unexpectedly and catch his victims off guard adds to the aura of dread surrounding him.


The mere mention of King Teo's name could be enough to send shivers down the spines of those familiar with his ruthless reputation. He is known for never leaving a meeting without taking at least one life. The sheer presence of King Teo creates an atmosphere of paranoia and fear, leaving attendees on edge, constantly wondering if they might be his next target.


The methods behind King Teo's actions remain a mystery, fueling speculation and rumors. Some believe he has an extensive network of informants and spies, providing him with crucial information about secret meetings. Others even attribute supernatural abilities to him, suggesting he can materialize out of thin air and strike fear into the hearts of his victims. Regardless of the truth, King Teo's reign of terror continues unabated, haunting the criminal underworld.


The impact of King Teo's actions extends beyond the immediate victims of his violence. His notoriety has created a pervasive culture of fear and paranoia within the criminal community. The mere possibility of his presence at a meeting is enough to discourage many from engaging in illicit activities altogether. Those who still dare to pursue criminal endeavors are constantly on high alert, knowing that at any moment, King Teo could expose their operations and unleash his wrath upon them.


Law enforcement agencies and rival cartels have made numerous attempts to capture or eliminate King Teo, recognizing the threat he poses to their operations. However, his uncanny ability to evade capture and maintain his elusive presence only adds to his legendary status. King Teo has become a symbol of anarchy and chaos, a force that defies easy control or containment.


In the criminal underworld, King Teo's name is whispered in hushed tones, accompanied by tales of his ruthlessness and brutality. He serves as a cautionary tale, a grim reminder of the consequences of engaging in a world where violence and power reign supreme. The legacy of King Teo serves as a chilling reminder that even the most secretive and well-protected meetings are not immune to the reach of those determined to sow chaos and destruction.


On the fateful night of Cardinal Posadas Ocampo's tragic demise, chaos and mayhem descended upon Mexico. President Carlos Salinas de Gortari raced to Guadalajara, vehemently denouncing the horrific incident as a malevolent assault on innocent civilians. Yet, he remained curiously silent about the shadowy figures lurking in the background. The cardinal's murder sent shockwaves through Mexican society, with the enraged public, the indignant Catholic Church, and incensed politicians demanding justice.


In a retaliatory frenzy, the government launched a merciless manhunt, dangling staggering rewards of approximately US$6 million for each potential scapegoat. The hunt exposed the enigmatic figure known as King Teo, a name that had never graced the headlines before. His face, previously hidden in the shadows, now stared menacingly from newspapers and television screens across the nation. Fearing capture, King Teo fled to the tumultuous landscape of Tonalá, Jalisco, where rumors of his ranch ownership swirled like a menacing storm.


From there, he ventured into the heart of chaos, Mexico City, where he clandestinely holed up in a hotel, a ticking time bomb in the midst of the metropolis. In the depths of the night, a covert meeting took place, as King Teo entrusted a confidant with the staggering sum of US$320 million, not only to safeguard his family but also to ensure the CJNG's malevolent machinery operated without a hitch during his impending absence.


With a forged passport bearing the alias Carlos Eduardo Machuca, King Teo embarked on a treacherous journey, covertly guided to the southern realm of Chiapas by a trusted ally. His goal: to escape the clutches of justice and to relocate to the haven of Guatemala. The date was May 12, a day etched in infamy. He harbored dreams of continuing his criminal reign in El Salvador, alongside his accomplice, Emilia Ortega, and a formidable army of loyal henchmen. But the relentless eyes of Mexican and Guatemalan authorities cast a shadow of dread on his path.


King Teo, desperate to ensure his escape, resorted to a nefarious transaction, exchanging US$1.2 million with a Guatemalan military official in exchange for his secret refuge south of the Mexican border. Little did he know that betrayal lurked like a specter in the dark. The military officer, swayed by temptation or conscience, divulged King Teo's whereabouts to law enforcement. On the fateful dawn of June 9, the Guatemalan Army descended upon him at a nondescript hotel near Tapachula, not far from the treacherous Mexico-Guatemala border.


Two days later, his world of chaos and malevolence crumbled as he was forcibly extradited to Mexico aboard a military aircraft. The destination: the infamous Federal Social Readaptation Center No. 1, better known as "La Palma" or "Altiplano," a foreboding fortress in Almoloya de Juárez, State of Mexico, where the echoes of despair reverberated through its walls.


Within the unforgiving confines of the penitentiary, King Teo faced justice, but it was a twisted form of it. He was sentenced to 20 years and nine months for crimes ranging from drug trafficking to criminal association and bribery. Starting in Federal Social Readaptation Center No. 1, he soon found himself within the steel embrace of another high-security prison, the Federal Center for Social Rehabilitation No. 2, ominously nicknamed "Puente Grande" and nestled in Jalisco.


His incarceration, however, was a mere facade of justice. Behind the bars, King Teo's nefarious empire continued to thrive, masterminded by his trusted brother, Juanito Borja, infamously known as El Lobo. Astonishingly, King Teo retained his mantle as a malevolent international drug lord, manipulating the strings of his empire from his cell. His minions smuggled in suitcases laden with currency to corrupt prison staff and sustain his opulent prison lifestyle.


Amidst this turmoil, King Teo found unlikely companionship within the prison's bleak corridors. Ramona Herrera, his long-time mistress and later an associate of the CJNG, was also serving time for her transgressions. But darkness was never far away from their lives. In a harrowing twist of fate, marked the gruesome discovery of Ramona's lifeless body, entombed in a trunk and branded with multiple Z's, a sinister signature of their archenemies, Los Zetas.


In this maelstrom of deception, chaos, and malevolence, the saga of King Teo unfolded, a chilling tale of crime and retribution that left a trail of destruction in its wake.

Here is where you can find our latest information on Mateo

Character Profile


Full Name: Mateo Borja (Known as King Teo in CJNG)

Nickname: King Teo

Date of Birth: September 15th

Place of Birth, Guadalajara, Mexico


Physical Characteristics


Eye Color: Hazel

Glasses: Occasionally wears reading glasses

Hair Color: Brown

Hair Style: Bald with a well-trimmed beard

Height/Weight/Build: 5'6" / 170 lbs / Muscular

Nationality/Skintone: Mexican / Light brown skin

Notable Features: A distinctive tribal tattoo on his right arm

Marks or Scars: Faded scars on his knuckles

Jewelry/Accessories: Gold watch and a silver chain necklace

Clothing Style: Sharp suits and polished shoes

Dominant Hand: Right

Blood Type: A-

Horoscope: Virgo

Health & Allergies: No known allergies, physically fit


Mannerisms and Personality


Speech Style: Articulate and persuasive

Accent: Mexican Spanish

Quirks: Tends to tap his fingers when deep in thought

Temperament: Calculating and authoritative

Positive Traits: Charismatic, strategic thinker, protective of his gang

Talents: Excellent strategist, skilled negotiator

Negative Traits: Ruthless when necessary, secretive, distrustful

Flaws: A tendency to control situations and people

Drives/Motivations: Advancing the interests of CJNG, consolidating power

Sense of Humor: Dry and subtle


Social Characteristics


Private/Public: Extremely private about personal matters, influential within CJNG

Volume: Speaks with authority and commands attention

Leadership Style: Authoritative and leads through fear and respect

Organization: High-ranking member of CJNG

Risk-Taking: Calculated risks for the benefit of the gang

Preference: Enjoys the organized chaos of the criminal world

Outlook: Realistic and pragmatic

Social Orientation: Highly selective, trusts only a few

Communication: Direct and assertive

Demeanor: Confident and dominant




Hometown: Guadalajara, Mexico

Childhood: Raised in a tough neighborhood with Juan

Social Class: Lower-middle-class upbringing

Upbringing: Shared a challenging upbringing with Juan, shaped by the streets

Education: Basic education with a focus on street smarts

Expertise: Masterful in criminal strategy and negotiations

Key Memories: Early days in the gang and rising through the ranks

Influences: The harsh realities of their neighborhood and the allure of power

Current Residence: Hidden safehouses in various locations

Desired Residence: Always on the move, no permanent residence


Family and Relationships


Mother: Maria Borja (deceased)

Father: Jose Borja (deceased)

Siblings: Younger brother, Juan Borja

Children: 6 boys and 3 girls

Close Family: Juan Borja, his younger brother


Extended Family:


Uncle: Rafael Borja, whereabouts unknown

Aunt: Elena Borja, living in Mexico City

Cousin: Sofia Borja, daughter of Rafael

Cousin: Diego Borja, son of Elena

Pets: None

Wife: Jennifer Borja

Friends: High-ranking members of CJNG

Enemies: Rival gangs, law enforcement, and informants

Co-Worker/Partner: Various CJNG members

Boss/Employer: High-ranking CJNG leader, known as "El Jefe"

Borja Family Tree

Borja Family Tree - Three Generations


First Generation:

Abelardo Borja: (Grandfather, deceased)

Isabella Borja: (Grandmother, deceased)


Second Generation:

Maria Borja: (Mother, deceased)

Jose Borja: (Father, deceased)


Rafael Borja: (Uncle, whereabouts unknown)

Elena Borja: (Aunt, living in Mexico City)


Third Generation

Mateo Borja: (Known as King Teo) - Older brother

Juanito Borja: (Goes by Juan, also known as El Lobo) - Younger brother

Sofia Borja: (Cousin, daughter of Rafael)

Diego Borja: (Cousin, son of Elena)


This three-generation family tree includes Abelardo and Isabella Borja as the grandparents. Their daughter, Maria Borja, married Jose Borja, and they had two sons, Mateo (King Teo) and Juanito (El Lobo). Jose's brother, Rafael Borja, and sister, Elena Borja, form the extended family. Rafael has a daughter named Sofia, while Elena has a son named Diego.

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