|Jafar says: Read my lips and come to grips with the reality!|
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|“||Carlos, this is a stupid f-cking problem to have, but it is a problem nonetheless||„|
|~ Johnny Tapia about his rat infestation.|
Hector Juan Carlos "Johnny" Tapia is the main antagonist of the 2003 film Bad Boys II and a posthumous antagonist in Bad Boys: Miami Takedown. He is a Cuban drug kingpin who is hiding ecstasy in dead bodies.
Tapia owns a funeral home as a cover to hide his drugs. He usually makes ecstasy deals with the Russian mob, Haitian drug dang and the Ku Klux Klan. The KKK and the Haitians were busted by the Miami police department led by Marcus Burnett and Mike Lowery that led to Tapia, while the Russian mob are carved up in Tapia's kitchen, causing a rat infestation. The DEA and Miami P.D. have nothing on him or link him to the drug deals. Mostly, he always ends up winning by suing the Miami P.D. and being awarded large sums of money and getting Miami P.D. officers fired. But the only two people that Tapia can never touch are Marcus and Mike, as they figure out the whole thing while posing as pest control officers due to Tapia's rat infestation. Tapia figures out from one of the gangsters who work for him that Sydney Burnett is a DEA agent, Marcus' sister, and Mike's girlfriend. Tapia spent most of the movie trying to kill Marcus and Mike and holds Sydney hostage. Tapia is later killed by Marcus who shoots him and his corpse explodes on a landmine.