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WATCH: Maxene Magalona, husband jam to ‘Kaleidoscope World’ by Francis M.’s grave

A video from the ‘Playhouse’ actress on Instagram shows the couple jamming to the 1995 hit ‘Kaleidoscope World’ right by Francis’ resting place located at the Loyola Memorial Park in Marikina City.

BY PUSH TEAM

FRESH SCOOPS

3/11/2019 3:46 PM
WATCH: Maxene Magalona, husband jam to ‘Kaleidoscope World’ by Francis M.’s grave


Photo credit: @maxenemagalona on Instagram

Actress Maxene Magalona and her husband Rob Mananquil paid homage to the late Francis Magalona by singing to one of his hits during their visit to his grave last Sunday.

A video from the ‘Playhouse’ actress on Instagram shows the couple jamming to the 1995 hit ‘Kaleidoscope World’ right by Francis’ resting place located at the Loyola Memorial Park in Marikina City.

“Thank you for promoting love and peace through your music. We love you, pop. Happy 10th year in heaven,” she said.

 

On Wednesday, Maxene marked her father’s 10th death anniversary with a touching tribute via social media. “It’s been 10 years and yet it still feels like it was just yesterday when we lost you. I admit I still miss you everyday and wish you were still here with us. But I am at peace knowing that you’re happily watching over us from heaven — far from all the pain and suffering,” she said.

READ: Pia, Maxene Magalona honor Francis Magalona on his 10th death anniversary

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

It’s been 10 years and yet it still feels like it was just yesterday when we lost you. I admit I still miss you everyday and wish you were still here with us. But I am at peace knowing that you’re happily watching over us from heaven — far from all the pain and suffering. More than your music, art and all the beautiful things you created, my heart beams with pride every time I hear someone say kind words about you. I’ve heard countless stories about how you treated the people around you with kindness, how you were so down to earth and how you always knew how to make others feel special and never let anyone feel left out. Thank you for showing me what it means to be human even after your death. Rap in peace, pop 🖤 #FrancisMForever #10thdeathanniversary #lafilleapapa

A post shared by Maxene Magalona-Mananquil (@maxenemagalona) on

 

Francis passed away on March 6, 2009 after his months-long battle with acute myelogenous leukemia. He left behind his wife Pia, along with their eight children, Una, Nicolo, Maxene, Frank, Saab, Elmo, Arkin, and Clara.