Why Kris Aquino has no worries about death
The Queen of All Media Kris Aquino explained that her estate, which is in order, and the complete instructions she gave to her trusted staff are the reasons why she has no issue with the subject of death.
After Aquino fitted her gown for the 18th birthday of Frankie Pangilinan, she started feeling nauseous and had an “exorcist” level of throwing up, as seen via Instagram yesterday, Dec. 15. Her blood pressure also shot up as well, resulting in her being unable to join her two sons, Josh and Bimby, for the party.
Her fans immediately took to the comments section of one of her posts to send their well wishes. One netizen, Nickey Nookey (@nickeynookey_journeyboard), shared a dream he had of the TV host, calling her fans and followers to pray for Aquino.
“In my dream, I saw Kris in a small confined place, only one adult person can fit in,” the netizen wrote. “She was inside and there were few persons around. I fear I felt there’s something wrong with this scene/vision.”
“I’ve been announced as dead several times so this isn’t an issue,” Aquino replied, probably referring to false information about her, circulating via social media. Last October, the Agence France Presse (AFP) revealed the Queen of All Media was a victim of fake death reports posted on Facebook and shared over 4,000 times.
Aquino then stated that she also has no worries about death since she had already given complete instructions to her trusted right-hand Alvin Gagui and Yaya Bincai, who have been taking care of Josh, in case anything unexpected happened. She added that her estate is also in order.
“But I believe we have a loving God who will only take me when He feels my sons are ready — Bimb said it to me the other night, God is kind and He listens to prayers,” Aquino replied. “He won’t be cruel to a special child (his kuya) and an 11-year-old by making them orphans.” JB
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