At the age of 65, Rico J. Puno a.k.a the Total Entertainer recently took his last breath due to heart failure. His family, fans, and many showbiz personalities mourned over his sudden passing. On November 7, 2018, Kapamilya reporter, MJ Felipe covered the late singer’s necrological service.
The next day, MJ shared on his personal Twitter account that he got a visit from the Total Entertainer in his dreams. Attached with his tweet was a photo of him and Rico J. According to the post, the photo was from three years ago after the singer’s triple bypass operation.
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On Twitter, the reporter wrote:
“After covering Rico J’s necrological service last night, nagparamdam siya in my dream. Inakbayan niya ako and he said ‘Thank you.’ Kuya Rico, thank you. That really felt good.”
MJ Felipe was live-Tweeting during the event. He was able to share moments from the service as they were happening. It included many performances from different established performers in the industry. These include Dulce, Martin Nievera, Ogie Alcasid, Erik Santos, among others.
One of his Tweets included a video of the guests offering a round of applause for Rico. This was while Martin Nievera was singing one of Rico’s original songs, “The Way We Were.”
Many celebrities paid their respects by attending the service for the late Total Entertainer. These include Matteo Guidicelli, K Broasas, Imelda Papin, Jessa Zaragoza, and many others.
Based on MJ’s Tweet, the service was held at the main church of Sanctuario de San Antonio Makati. The Total Entertainer’s remains were brought straight to Makati City Hall soon after the service was over.
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It has been a week since Rico J’s passing. On every article published by different news sites, netizens have been leaving their condolences and prayers. At 65, Rico J. has surely left a legacy that will be remembered by the Philippine music industry.