Pitbull warns Donald Trump to watch out for 'El Chapo'

Pitbull has joined a long list of celebrities vowing to stay away from businessman and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. The rapper accepted a Univision

Pitbull also warned Trump to watch his back when it comes to escaped Mexican drug lord

Pitbull also warned Trump to watch his back when it comes to escaped Mexican drug lord "El Chapo." (7/17/15)

THE BRONX - Pitbull has joined a long list of celebrities vowing to stay away from businessman and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.

The rapper accepted a Univision Award Thursday night when he called on other presidential hopefuls to beat Trump at the voting booth.

Pitbull also warned Trump to watch his back when it comes to escaped Mexican drug lord "El Chapo."

The comments came after Trump's controversial statements regarding Mexican immigrants.

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