- The Mexican artistic medium is dressed again in mourning
- Flor Silvestre, mother of Pepe Aguilar, dies
- The actress and singer, who was the widow of Antonio Aguilar, died at the age of 90
The Mexican art scene is once again dressed in mourning: Flor Silvestre, Pepe Aguilar’s mother, dies at 90 years of age.
Through the official account of Instagram From the program El Gordo y la Flaca it was reported that the singer, who was Antonio Aguilar’s widow, unfortunately lost her life without going into more details.
“Flor Silvestre, the widow of Antonio Aguilar, mother of Pepe Aguilar, actress and singer of the golden age of Mexican cinema, dies at the age of 90, may she rest in peace. We send our condolences to the entire Aguilar family ”, you can read in this publication that provoked all kinds of reactions.
Guillermina Jiménez Chabolla, born in Salamanca, Guanajuato, on August 16, 1930, artistically known as Flor Silvestre, was a Mexican singer and actress with more than seventy years of career in music, film, radio, television and music. theater.
Pepe Aguilar’s mother belongs to the so-called Golden Age of Mexican cinema and is considered one of the great actresses of that time.
Famous for her melodious voice that conveyed the feelings of the singer, having powerful bass approaching the voice of a contralto and particular interpretive style, hence the nicknames “La Sentimental” and “La Voz Que Cacaricia”.
He acted alongside great figures of Mexican cinema, including Cantinflas, Tin Tan, Springes y Viruta and Capulina.
So far, no member of his family, including his son Pepe Aguilar and his granddaughter Ángela Aguilar, have spoken about his death on social networks. Rest in peace, Flor Silvestre ”.