Moment filthy rich ‘King of Mexico’ TikToker boasts about ‘what his money can do’ and creates traffic jam on bridge using his fleet of supercars
- Mexican TikToker Rodolfo Márquez bragged about his wealth by blocking off traffic on a Guadalajara bridge with his fleet of sports cars
- In the stunt that was recorded last Thursday, Márquez had three of his luxury cars bring traffic to a stand still on the Matute Remus Bridge in Guadalajara.
- Márquez, who goes by Fofo Márquez on social media, boasted he was blocking off the bridge ‘so you can see again what money can do here in Mexico’
A TikToker who described himself as the ‘king of Mexico‘ grossly showed how far his wealth could go when he used his luxury car fleet to create a traffic jam on a bridge in Mexico.
The viral video that has been removed shows Rodolfo Márquez, who is known on the social media platform as Fofo Márquez, bragging that he was going to shut down the Matute Remus Bridge in Guadalajara.
‘We are going to close it, we are going to start dancing, do TikToks. So, well, so you can see, so you can see again what money can do here in Mexico,’ Márquez said while he sat in the passenger seat of one of his vehicles.
Rodolfo Márquez, who is known on TikTok as Fofo Márquez and has over 800,000 followers, recorded a video bragging about what wealth can do in Mexico and used a fleet of three luxury cars to block traffic on the Matute Remus Bridge in Guadalajara last Thursday. The viral video was removed by Friday after it was condemned by social media users across several platforms
TikTok user Fofo Márquez used his three luxury sports cars to brag about how wealthy he was and why it allowed him to stop traffic on a bridge in Guadalajara, Mexico, on Thursday
A short while later, the three sports cars pulled up several feet from the entrance to the cable-stayed bridge, backing up traffic as the influencer celebrated the prank.
‘We have closed it for ourselves. This is what I want to demonstrate, what money and power can do,’ said Márquez, whose account is filled with videos about nightclubs, shopping and wealth exploits.
‘We’ve been here for several minutes. Let’s do some little TikToks. Look, look, look. This is power. Illuminati. People are starting to get upset. They’re honking at the Chrysler,’ he then added.
TikToker Fofo Márquez is captured on a cellphone video getting out of a Porsche moments before he brought traffic to a still on a bridge in Guadalajara, Mexico
Márquez pointed his cellphone camera at the empty road ahead and laughed as he recorded the motorists in the background waiting for his act to finish.
‘It’s just that people are literally upset, they’re a little upset,’ he said. ‘Well, look at the terror, the king of Mexico arrived here. It is not arrogance. It is not arrogance. Illuminati. Of course. People here getting a little upset. I’m going to make one TikToks.’
Fofo Márquez’s TikTok account is complete with videos showing off his fleet of luxury cars, shopping trips and showing off his nightclub exploits
Mexican influencer Rodolfo Márquez, who goes by Fofo Márquez on social media platforms, brought traffic to a stand still on a Guadalajara bridge Thursday as part of a prank that showed how rich he is
The footage was posted Thursday and removed by Friday.
His actions were condemned by other social media users, including radio host Ramiro Escoto.
‘Affect hundreds… Or thousands, just to show that you have money,’ Escoto tweeted while adding that social media platforms are to blame for making people like Márquez influencers.