Alpo Martinez – Infamous Drug Dealer Inspiration to ‘Paid In full,’ Murdered In New York


Alberto “Alpo”Police said that Martinez was killed and shot in Harlem on Sunday morning. Martinez, a notorious drug dealer, ran a huge cocaine empire that stretched from New York City, Washington, D.C., in the 1980s. Martinez was a referenced in numerous rap and hip hop songs. He was also the inspiration for the 2002 movie. Fully Paid. Cam’ron, Mekhi Pifer and Wood Harris both played Martinez-based characters.

Martinez, 55 years old, was shot multiple times in the chest and chin as he sat in a Dodge Ram at West 147th street. A police source said that Martinez was being shot. New York Times. After receiving 911 calls, police arrived on the scene at around 3:30 a.m. The man was transported to Harlem Hospital Center where he was declared deceased upon his arrival. Police found that he was identified as Abraham Rodriguez. His car also had temporary Texas plates. The police have yet to make any arrests. The SourceMartinez’s death was reported to the media by one of the first outlets. 

Another source from police told the reporter that they also had information about New York PostMartinez placed his life at risk by returning to the place where he grew. Many still hold resentment against Martinez after he testified against other drug dealers. “You were in the witness protection program because you testified against other drug dealers,”According to the source, the Post was informed. “You’d make a lot of enemies who have a score to settle… When you return to the same area, word will get out very fast. He’s back in the zone.”

Martinez was Arrest in November 1991Washington, D.C., for selling drugs. Martinez was charged with conspiracy, murder, 14 counts each of murder, as well as other drug charges. Martinez testified against other dealers in order to avoid being sentenced for life or the death penalty. Martinez was sentenced to 35 year imprisonment Published in 2015.

A 1999 interview with F.E.D.S.Martinez stated that Porter was one of the people he shot, killing. “Rich lied to me about something there was no reason to lie about. I gave him the opportunity to tell me the truth not once, but twice,”Martinez said that Martinez was the author of the interview. Times. “He didn’t die, so I shot him in the head.”

Additionally, Fully PaidMartinez’s story was also featured in an episode of the series, which aired in 2012. Gangsters: America’s Most Evil. There are many songs that have references to him in the long list “Accident Murders”Jay-Z, Nas “La Familia,” “In Her Mouth”Future, Pusha’s “F.I.F.A.,”Meek Mill’s “Tony Story.”