Claire Dela Fuente, known as the Karen Carpenter of the Philippines, kicked the bucket in her rest today. She was 63.
Singer Claire Dela Fuente Passed away
Her passing was affirmed by her child Gregorio Angelo Rafael de Guzman, one of the speculates labeled in the asserted “assault kill” of airline steward Christine Dacera. De Guzman said that while his mom tried positive for COVID-19, she passed on of heart failure.
“Early today, my mother, Claire Dela Fuente, died. Heart failure. She was likewise COVID positive, analyzed a week ago,” he told ABS-CBN News, adding that he also was positive for the Covid.
“In light of [what] my primary care physician [said], she passed on of heart failure a consequence of stress and nervousness. My mother has uneasiness, hypertension, diabetes. Her perpetual concern, her pressure drove her to debilitate and in her rest, her heart gave out,” de Guzman said.
The vocalist had been semi-resigned for quite a while in showbiz yet turned out to be more noticeable since de Guzman got connected to Dacera’s demise, showing up in interviews and in court. De Guzman demands that he was unable to have assaulted the airline steward since he is gay, however, he was as yet charged by the National Bureau of Investigation, alongside 10 different suspects.
Dela Fuente recorded eight collections in her profession and is known for her hit melodies “Sayang,” “Nakaw na Pag-Ibig,” (“Stolen Love”), and “Minsan, Minsan” (“Sometimes”). She used to claim a transport organization however in 2011 the public authority dropped its grant to work when it partook in a cross-country strike.