Frank Cullotta Meets Justin Beiber

You read that right. Frank Cullotta, the real deal gangster from Chicago has a meet-up with the man who wishes to be the real deal, singer Justin Bieber.

From Frank’s Facebook Page:
I was at the Rainbow Bar in West Hollywood the other night and ran into Justin Bieber. I guess his bodyguard knew me and told Justin who I was, because the next thing I knew was they where calling me over too there car, because he wanted too meet me. He is a nice young man. And believe me I had know idea TMZ where filming it, until the following day. We talked about the movie Casino and what part I was in, plus my passed life as a gangster. lol

The Gang Is All Here

Frank Cullotta and the Hole in The Wall GangFrom our favorite Las Vegas Mobster, Frank Cullotta does it again. Putting you in his shoes as a member of the notorious Hole In The Wall Gang.

The Hole in the Wall Gang. Frank Cullotta’s new book tells the story as only an insider could of the Chicago Outfit working in Las Vegas under the eagle eye of Tony Spilotro and Frank Cullotta. The infamous Hole in the Wall Gang was notorious in burglaries, murder, mayhem and more! This book is Frank Cullotta telling the stories that have never been told, all in his own words. These are the untold stories of the Hole in the Wall Gang.

Just like Frank’s first book, his boigrapghy: Cullotta: The Life of a Chicago Criminal, Las Vegas Mobster and Government Witness   These are Frank’s words, his stories and nothing is sugar coated or politically correct.  it puts you in Las Vegas, in the 70’s and early 80’s when he and the gang ran Las Vegas for the Chicago Outfit.  Taking orders from the boss;  Tony Spilotro.

We never said his chosen profession was glamorous or pretty.  He did what he had to do.  But to hear how he did it and how it all worked is like a reading a well written business story.  One that did not end well for those who were part of it, but it is interesting to read the why’s, how’s and other details from the man who lived it! It’s also a look back on Vegas before it became so corporate.