Vicente Fernández: They remember “El Charro de Huentitán” one month after his death


Today Wednesday, January 12, marks one month since the departure of “El Charro de Huentitán”, Vicente Fernández, who died on December 12, 2021 after being hospitalized for four months due to a cervical accident and the detection of a disease degenerative.

The local show program “Qué Pokar” shared that today there was a mass to honor the memory of “Chente” at Rancho Los Tres Potrillos, which was attended by friends and family. And that it was Vicente Fernández Jr., who invited the press to come to collect informationHe only asked them not to come in with cameras or take out their cell phones, this gesture was done in gratitude for the daily coverage they did on his father’s health.

On his Instagram account, Alejandro Fernández shared some photos with his father when he was a child and more current with the message: “For those memories that we have stored in our hearts and they make us smile when they come back to us and fill us with nostalgia.”

On December 12, when the death of Vicente was notified, thousands of fans came to see him off at his ranch, remembering his legacy with songs and a lot of affection.

Various celebrities such as Pepe Aguilar and his sons Leonardo and Ángela, as well as Edith Márquez and Pedro Fernández, among others, came to see him off. Vicente’s remains rest on his ranch. And about the first month of his death, a video was uploaded on his Facebook account where “El Charro de Huentitán” shares how he would like to be remembered: “I believe that as I deserve it, if the public believes that I deserve to be remembered very beautifully, that is how they remember me. And to the people who, unintentionally, I have already done some damage, forgive me. But I want them to remember me as I am, not to give me so many virtues, to give me the ones I deserve and nothing more ”.

JL

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