Exesposa de Lalo Rodríguez pide no difundir sus fotos muerto

Lalo Rodríguez’s ex-wife asks not to spread his dead photos

Lalo Rodríguez’s ex-wife, Wanda Torres, requested through social networks that the images of the artist’s death scene should not continue to be disseminated.

The ex-wife of the salsa singer, who was found lifeless Tuesday in a public residence, he also denounced the morbidity of those who have spread the photos of the corpse on the floor.

«Please I ask you with my heart in my hand to stop going through the networks the last photos of him. For the mental health of my children, grandchildren and myself. Stop being so morbid. Remember him as the artist who raised the name of Puerto Rico on countless occasions, his music, his musical legacy. From his Grammy, when he was only 16 years old, at awards that were completely Anglo-Saxon, the first three Lo Nuestro awards, Gold and Platinum records to name a few. For you he was his singer, but for us he was papia grandpa, papi and husband. Let him who is free from sin cast the first stone. God bless you, “wrote the ex-wife of Lalo Rodríguez on her social networks.

Local and international media spread since yesterday videos and photos of the artist’s body on the floor of the public residence, on different digital platforms and on television.

Torres and Rodríguez were married for more than 30 years. More than two years ago the couple finalized their divorce.

To the voice of “Come eat me again” She is survived by her four children Jeramel, José Juan, Linda and Yariel. The artist’s children will arrive on the island in the coming days for a wake at the Ehret Funeral Home in Río Piedras. So far, the date of the salsa singer’s funeral has not been determined.

Rodríguez’s body is in the Institute of Forensic Sciences (ICF) for the autopsy process.

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