AJ Perez's brother honors late actor after earning 2nd degree: 'Dedicating my successes to you' | Inquirer Entertainment

AJ Perez’s brother honors late actor after earning 2nd degree: ‘Dedicating my successes to you’

/ 12:12 PM August 30, 2022
AJ Perez

AJ Perez’s brother Angello. Image: Instagram/@gelloperez

AJ Perez was remembered by his younger brother Angello by presenting his two bachelor’s degrees at the late actor’s tomb as a tribute to him.

Angello, who recently graduated with a communications technology management degree from Ateneo de Manila University, visited the tomb while wearing his graduation gown and medals, as seen on his Facebook page yesterday, Aug. 29.

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“Always dedicating my successes to you,” he addressed AJ.

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Angello also gave a glimpse of the commencement ceremony which he attended with his parents, through his Instagram Stories.

AJ Perez

AJ Perez’s brother Angello. Image: Instagram/@gelloperez

In 2020, Angello finished college with a degree in psychology which he dedicated to AJ on his 9th death anniversary. Angello also made sure to honor his brother by including a portrait of the late actor in his graduation photo.

AJ passed away in 2011 due to a vehicular accident in Tarlac. He was best known for his role in the 2010 ABS-CBN TV series “Sabel” where he starred alongside actress Jessy Mendiola. JB

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