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LOOK: Fans remember Loyola Memorial Park celebs

/ 01:54 PM November 02, 2018

Celebrities buried at the Loyola Memorial Park in Marikina City were remembered by their fans with flowers and candles on Friday, All Souls’ Day.

The plots of former child actress Julie Vega, or Julie Pearl Postigo in real life, and actor and master rapper Francis Magalona were seen adorned with flowers and candles.

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Vega was just 16 years old when she died in 1985. She reportedly succumbed to cardiac arrest as a result of pneumonia.

There were also speculations that Vega suffered from Guillain-Barré syndrome, a condition that weakens the muscles, while other fans believe the actress died of supernatural causes.

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Magalona died in 2009, seven months after he was diagnosed with leukemia.  He was popular for leading the Filipino hip-hop and rap scene.

Buried near the plot of the Filipino rap icon is his granddaughter Luna Isabel, daughter of actress Saab Magalona-Bacarro who died shortly after birth.

On Thursday, fans also visited the tomb of actress Nida Blanca, who is also buried inside the cemetery. /muf

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