Jesús Díaz, artistically known as Chef Yisus, is in mourning after the news of the death of his mother, Doña Gloria Sánchez, who died last Saturday, March 6 as a result of pancreatic cancer that she had suffered since 2017, was released.

The famous chef of Venezuelan origin lamented the death of his mother with an emotional message that he published on his official profile on the Instagram platform, a social network where his thousands of followers quickly reacted with messages full of condolences.

“You were and will ALWAYS be my cane, my food, my engine, the woman of my life. It was not enough for you to bring me to life, but you also gave me yours. You taught me everything with examples, but your words and writings were never lacking. I do EVERYTHING thinking of you because that way everything works out better for me, ”Chef Yisus pointed out in his post on Instagram.

The star of the Univision show ‘Despierta América’ thanked his mother for having accompanied him throughout various stages of her life: “Thank you for never separating, for always coming with me no matter who or what you left behind, keeping your distance that was necessary, but always there attentive and responsible for any slip ”.

When emphasizing the legacy that his mother leaves, both for him and for his brothers, Jesús Díaz mentioned: “You leave me and my brothers the best and greatest inheritance that exists, our health, our principles, and you as a tattooed model in the soul of all ”.

The production of ‘Despierta América’ extended its condolences to Chef Yisus with a message on the Instagram platform: “We love you very much and the entire Despierta América team joins in the strongest hug in this farewell to your mother. You always count on us, we are a family and Doña Gloria was part of it ”.

The users in the social network also spoke with messages of solidarity for the interpreter in the difficult moments that he lives in the personal sphere: “That great woman raised a humble, sensible and honest being. Your mom earned a very special place with our creator and she will always be with you in every step you take ”,“ I’m very sorry. There are no words. A lot of strength. One day at a time “,” May God help you overcome this difficult test. “

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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