[VIDEO] Publican video inédito de ‘El Príncipe de la Canción’ días antes de morir
En la fotografía inédita ‘El Príncipe de la Canción’ posa sonriente.
El esposo de Sarita Sosa, Yimmy Ortiz, publicó en su cuenta de Instagram un video y una fotografía inédita de ‘El Príncipe de la Canción’.
En video se observa a Sarita recortando los vellos nasales de José José, quien se ve tranquilo. En la foto ‘El Príncipe de la Canción’ posa sonriente.
Yimmy Ortiz, aseguró que, pese a los malos comentarios de medios de comunicación, su esposa siempre cuidó a su padre.
“Ha pasado un mes desde la muerte de tu padre José Jose. He estado recordando el tiempo que estuvo con nosotros. Estaba feliz, disfrutaba de tu compañía, sus ojos se iluminaban cada vez que te encontraba en la habitación, su sonrisa era una prueba de que lo amaba y desbordaba amor por usted”.
“Este último mes ha sido uno de los más difíciles de nuestras vidas. Pasamos por un huracán de emociones que no te permitía llorar a tus padres de la forma que te hubiera gustado. Desearía haber cambiado eso”, dijo.
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It has been one month since the passing of your father @josejoseoficial . I have been looking back at the time he was with us. He was happy, he enjoyed your company, his eyes lit up every time you entered the room, his smile was proof that he loved you and was overflowing of love for you. This last month has been one of the toughest months in our lives. We went through a hurricane of emotions that didn’t allow you to mourn your fathers passing the way you would have liked to. I wish I could’ve changed that. I thank the many family members and friends that were there for us in those moments of weakness, those moments that felt like the world was on our shoulders and helped us carry that weight. There were those on the other end who did the opposite, and even though you were bullied by those family members, friends, the media, and the people, you held your ground to the best of your abilities. I don’t judge anyone, I understand perfectly well that we all react completely different to emotions and stressful situations. We are all entitled to our way of being. I understand that. @sari_oficial I admire your determination to take care of someone in need, to honor them regardless of what consequences might rise toward you. I sincerely hope someone will care for you the same way. No one knows the sacrifice it took to be there for your father better than I do. I Thank you for loving him, for looking out for him. Thank you for giving him the peace he always wanted away from the chaos that this life can be. Thank you for focusing on his well being. I witnessed the love you had for him on daily basis, a relentless love. On behalf of all of us who know all the good you did for him, THANK YOU!