The singer Ana Gabriel took to social networks to announce the death of her brother Carlos Araujo, and dedicate some moving words to him.
The Mexican singer Ana Gabriel is in mourning, after the unfortunate death of her brother Carlos Araujo, so the interpreter turned to social networks to publicize the sad news and say goodbye to her loved one.
Through her Instagram account, the 65-year-old artist shared a photograph of her brother, next to which she wrote, “I share with you the pain of the recent loss of my Brother Carlos Araujo, which took us all by surprise. the family”.
Similarly, he expressed all his support for the wife and children of his late brother. “I want to say to my sister-in-law, nephews, and the whole family in general, that we join our prayers so that she will soon meet our father God. Rest in peace, my beloved brother. I will love you for the rest of my life, now you are in another dimension ”, added Ana Gabriel.
As expected, the singer’s followers did not take long to react to this publication, and so far she has accumulated more than 7,200 likes and hundreds of comments where they wish her the best.
“My condolences to you and your family, “Happy eternal journey, Carlos. Courage, Ana Gabriel “, and” I am sure that wherever you are, there will be taking care of you, my sincere condolences to you and your family “, are some of the messages that can be read along with the post.
In this way, Ana Gabriel showed that she takes refuge in faith when she has to face difficult moments like this.
This was demonstrated previously when she also turned to her Instagram account to ask people to join in prayer for the health of Carmen Salinas, who is in a coma due to a brain hemorrhage .
“Praying for the speedy recovery of our beloved and admired @ carmensalinas_56. Let us all unite for her health and may we have good news soon, let us download the Blessings of Heaven ”, the interpreter wrote on that occasion.
Carlos Araujo is one of the nine siblings of the singer, who, it is known, always had a very united and traditional family in Guamúchil, Sinaloa, where he was born in 1955 and remained until he was 15 years old, since he later moved to Tijuana, Baja California, with her parents and siblings, in search of a better future.
Ana Gabriel, whose real name is María Guadalupe Araujo Yong, started singing when she was 6 years old but decided to go to university and finish her accounting studies.
Later, she worked as a singer in different bars and hotels in Tijuana, and it was when she was presented with the opportunity to participate in the talent contest ‘Valores Juveniles’, where she appeared as a composer and not as an interpreter, of the song ‘No Me Lastimes Más’ , which got second place.
Despite the fact that the producers told her that her voice was not commercial, the 65-year-old woman recorded her first album in 1985, called ‘Un Estilo’, which gave her the opportunity to, the following year, participate in the Festival OTI with the song ‘A Tu Lado’ from her album ‘Sagitario’, with which he achieved fame.