The body of José José was said to be cremated; part of the ashes would remain in Miami, while the other would come to Mexico for the tribute. Anel Noreña, who was the singer's second wife and mother of her two oldest children, was as a guest on a television program following the posthumous recognition live. When she learned that the complete remains of the Prince of Song would not come to Mexico, she burst into tears.
"That's a girl thing [Sarita], I promise you. It is not possible, it is not possible. Pepe and Marysol cannot have made that decision with her,”Noreña warned with tears in her eyes while she was on the Ventaneando program (TV Azteca). "It is not possible, it is not true, it is not true."
For the ex-wife of the interpreter of "Already the past, the past" he considered that it is not correct to prevent the Mexican people from seeing the body of his idol. He made it clear that his sons, José Joel and Marysol, could not have accepted that decision so easily.
"I just don't understand," she added, still crying. “It cannot have remained in that; they cannot have stayed in that after eight days of begging them to let them see it”.
Given his despair, Anel Noreña said he was able to speak with the Mexican Prime Minister, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, at the conference that he offers daily in the morning to request his intervention.
"We have to go see the President, if necessary, to help us, to come the body [to Mexico] and then what they want; but let us see it”, he mentioned. “It is a special subject and time goes by. Who can have that authority if it is not the government? José is not just any people.”
The last thing that was disclosed was the momentary suspension of said cremation.
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