El Chaqel’s grandfather died a few months after he arrived in Miami on humanitarian parole

Ramón, the grandfather of Cuban singer El Chaquell, died in Miami last February after arriving in the city thanks to humanitarian parole.

news Promoted in networks by page Cuban artists who described it as “sad news for all fox followers”.

“Jackal’s grandfather passed away this morning. My deepest condolences. Everyone remembers that El Chagall was taken out of Cuba on humanitarian parole three months ago,” they add.

Facebook / Cuban artists

It wasn’t long before the first obituary arrived.

“Brother, I have no words, I imagine how you must be now, but God give you strength, you did everything to be by my side in this great country, champion,” commented popular singer La Diosa. Meaningful message on Facebook..

Facebook / Goddess

“He knows how much you love him, and I ask God to give you what you need to move on now, and it goes without saying that he will take care of you forever, Ramon. Ray, I’m with you in your pain, and here you are with us, my friend,” he added.

In February, Ramon had arrived in Miami with six other members of the artist’s family.

Her mother, her grandparents, her aunt, her cousin and her husband and one of their sons arrived in Miami.

A few weeks later, the artist showed in his networks that Ramon is one of the most important people in his life. The singer gave his grandfather a nice surprise by showing him the carpentry that was created in his memory in the city.

With the name “La Carpintería Martínez”, a place that also bears his grandfather’s surname, the reggaeton player seeks to keep his heritage and profession alive.

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Pictures of El Chagall and Ramon’s visit to the location were posted on the business’s Instagram profile.

In the videos, the man was seen enjoying every detail and touching the tree, while his grandson’s pride and joy reflected on his face.

For the special occasion, the two wore matching white shirts with the carpentry shop logo and “Martinez Carpenter” emblazoned on the front with Ramon’s face.

The artist once explained that the business was started in memory of his grandfather, who raised the entire family as a cabinet carpenter.

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