Chris Perez, widower of the legendary singer Selena quintanilla, usually has his wife present in his social networks until 1995, the year in which he tragically died. For this reason, he recently recalled the memory of the ‘Queen of tex-mex’ with an unpublished photograph.
In your account Instagram, where he has more than 1 million followers, the 52-year-old musician made a publication in which he appears with a black T-shirt, glasses and a cap, hugging the singer of “Como la flor”, who looks smiling and wearing an outfit also in black.
“I went to my mother’s house today and she showed me a photo that I hadn’t seen before. Here it is. I hope you enjoy it,” he wrote. Chris Perez in the image caption. The followers of Selena quintanilla and his widower reacted to the snapshot with nostalgic comments.
The couple, as it is remembered, married on April 2, 1992. They were two years apart —he was 23 and she was 21—, their union was interrupted when, on March 31, 1995, Selena Quintanilla was murdered by Yolanda Saldívar at a Corpus Christi motel (Texas, USA).
The murder of Selena Quintanilla
At 23, the bright and talented Selena quintanilla he lost his life in the prime of his career. The story goes back to a fanaticism and a friendship that was forged in the midst of his artistic display accompanied by Yolanda saldivar, who shot her with a revolver.
Quintanilla started in music at a very young age, specifically when he was 10 years old. As the years passed, the artist stood out for the mixture of Mexican rhythms and her native Texas (United States). In life, he worked on five albums, which sold millions of copies, but never managed to release the sixth.
In an unexpected event for his fans, Selena quintanilla was killed by her own assistant and business manager Yolanda Saldívar, who was originally the founder and president of the singer’s fan club. In the mid-1990s, the interpreter of “Forbidden love” she lived at the peak of her musical journey, but their relationship had deteriorated.
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