Translated From: This is how the world reacts to the death of Vicente Fernández


Discovered on: 2021-12-12 14:31:16

Vicente Fernández, the Mexican charro and a legend, dies 3:28

(CNN Spanish) – Vicente Fernández, one of the main exponents of music in Mexico, died this Sunday in a hospital in Guadalajara, according to a publication on his verified Instagram account. The “Charro” from Mexico was 81 years old.

Before the news, several celebrities and leaders dedicated a few words to Fernández on their social networks.

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, wrote on his Twitter account: “I convey my condolences to family, friends and millions of admirers of Vicente Fernández, a symbol of the ranchera song of our time, known and recognized in Mexico and in the Foreign”.

I convey my condolences to family, friends and millions of admirers of Vicente Fernández, a symbol of the ranchera song of our time, known and recognized in Mexico and abroad.

– Andrés Manuel (@lopezobrador_) December 12, 2021

Singer Alejandro Sanz wrote that it was a “sad day.” “The history of Mexican music will always bear your name, Vicente, my friend, you are and will be THE KING forever.”

Sad day, without words. The history of Mexican music will always carry your name Vicente, friend, you are and will be THE KING forever.
Your legacy will be history. My hug to all of you. #DEP pic.twitter.com/krW3IWAgmv

– Alejandro Sanz (@AlejandroSanz) December 12, 2021

For his part, the artist Ricardo Montaner said that “Don Vicente Fernández has left for eternity, his infinite legacy will continue to ring in the hearts of millions. A kind and considerate man with his colleagues. Peace Don Vicente, peace to his beloved family.”

Don Vicente Fernández has left for eternity, his infinite legacy will continue to ring in the hearts of millions.
Kind and considerate man with his colleagues.
Peace Don Vicente, peace to your dear family @alexoficial #Mexico #VicenteFernandez

– Ricardo Montaner (@montanertwiter) December 12, 2021

The actress Florinda Meza published a photo of Vicente Fernández and one of the Virgin of Guadalupe. “May the Virgin receive him and take him to heaven. Rest in peace, Vicente Fernández,” he wrote.

Mexican to the core, he died on December 12. May the Virgin receive him and take him to heaven. Rest in peace, Vicente Fernández. pic.twitter.com/CwGIBG6Ycc

– Florinda Meza (@FlorindaMezaCH) December 12, 2021

“Sad news, this day #VicenteFernandez leaves us,” wrote entertainment journalist Paty Chapoy on her Twitter account.

Sad news, this day leaves us #VicenteFernandez pic.twitter.com/uNHfpenufj

– Pati Chapoy (@ChapoyPati) December 12, 2021

The Foreign Minister of Mexico sent his “deepest condolences” to Vicente Fernández’s family, brothers and friends, whom he described as “a great figure in Mexican music and an enormous contemporary personality.”

My condolences to Gerardo Fernández, brothers, family and friends for the death of Don Vicente Fernández, a great figure in Mexican music and a huge contemporary personality. Rest in peace. I hug the Fernández family.

– Marcelo Ebrard C. (@m_ebrard) December 12, 2021

The governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro, shared that “Jalisco and Mexico are in mourning. The legend that with his talent gave voice to the feelings of millions around the world leaves us as one of the greatest icons of music and Mexicanity. RIP Vicente Fernández, our Charro de Huentitán. We will not stop clapping. “

Jalisco and Mexico are in mourning. The legend who with his talent gave voice to the feelings of millions around the world leaves us as one of the greatest icons of music and Mexicanity. RIP Vicente Fernández, our Charro de Huentitán. We will not stop clapping. pic.twitter.com/69YJl5qldS

– Enrique Alfaro (@EnriqueAlfaroR) December 12, 2021

The Jalisco government account assured that the state “dismisses one of its favorite sons, Vicente Fernández, full of gratitude. Every emotion that you gave us with your songs will remain in the heart of this land for which you were and will be the king. Until forever.”

Jalisco says goodbye full of gratitude to one of its favorite sons, Vicente Fernández.

Every emotion that you gave us with your songs will remain in the heart of this land for which you were and will be the king. Until forever. pic.twitter.com/s0rNygUwkW

– Government of Jalisco (@GobiernoJalisco) December 12, 2021

Iván Duque, president of Colombia, pointed out that “the art and music of Latin America are in mourning. Vicente Fernández was a true genius of the folklore and music of our region. His departure hurts us and his legacy will be alive forever.”

The art and music of Latin America are in mourning. Vicente Fernández was a true genius of folklore and the music of our region. His departure hurts us and his legacy will live forever. Our solidarity with the brother people of Mexico and with all their loved ones.

– Iván Duque 🇨🇴 (@IvanDuque) December 12, 2021

The former president of Colombia Álvaro Uribe recalled them with this phrase:

The departure of Vicente Fernández hurts, let him continue to inspire from heaven.

Let the applause continue “If you don’t get tired of clapping your Chente doesn’t get tired of singing”

– Álvaro Uribe Vélez (@AlvaroUribeVel) December 12, 2021

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