A prominent character quits Santo Padre in episode 9 of Mayans M.C. Season 4 titled “The Calling of Saint Matthew.” “Taza” Romero departs the Santo Padre charter.
Alvarez receives an offer from Soledad and Miguel Galindo proposing a new future for the Lobos New Generation Cartel in the penultimate episode. Their plans would necessitate the Mayans to transport a large number of drugs in order to assist them in raising the funds the cartel requires. Later, at the temple, Alvarez mentions the offer and declares his aim to free the Mayans from their drug addiction. To the chagrin of the other members, he also wishes to put an end to the Mayans’ conflict with the Sons.
Taza interrupts Alvarez’s conclusion by stating that he no longer considers Santo Padre to be his home. As a result, he asks to be permitted to become a nomad, which effectively makes him a general member of the club with no specific charter. Taza is encouraged to leave by EZ Reyes, who says he doesn’t want someone next to him who isn’t invested in the team. Taza’s plea is granted by Alvarez, and the Mayans bid him farewell. And In the penultimate episode, A key Santo Padre member has left the Charter.
Taza’s life has been a whirlwind throughout the last few seasons with Mayans M.C. Taza assassinated fellow Mayans member Michael Ariza in order to exact vengeance on the Vatos Malditos Motorcycle Club, sparking a massive conflict. At the end of Season 3, Taza confessed to the crime, causing a rift between himself and Bishop. Taza, on the other hand, saved Bishop’s life in episode 8 of Mayans M.C., prompting the former to notify the latter that he’d officially paid his due to him.
Is Raoul Max Trujillo Leaving Mayans M.C. Season 4?
Taza is played by Raoul Max Trujillo, who will play Conrad Carapax/Carapax the Indestructible Man in the DC Extended Universe’s next Blue Beetle film. Taza was first introduced in Mayans M.C. Season 1, Episode 1. He appears in 38 episodes of Mayans M.C., according to the credits. At this time, it is unknown when or if Taza will return to Mayans M.C.