- Irene and Lany Tesorero, one of the first siblings of Mahal, who posted about the comedienne's death expressed her sorrow on the passing of her Ate
- In an interview with Jessica Soho, Irene stated that she could not believe until now that Mahal is no longer around
- Irene's initial reaction was "impossible" because she was told that her Ate was already okay, and a few minutes later, Mahal was gone
- Lany, even thought that she would be able to see her Ate, but she no longer was able to
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Irene Tesorero, one of the siblings of Mahal, revealed in an interview with "Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho" how she still could not believe that her Ate is already gone.
It can be recalled that Irene was among the first ones who let the people know that the comedienne who brought so much happiness to many has already passed away.
She was shocked and was in disbelief when she was informed that her sister died.
"Imposible, kasi sabi okay raw e... 50/50, then after few minutes wala na raw si Mahal,
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"Nagulat lahat kami. Hanggang ngayon hindi ko pa rin matanggap na wala na," said Irene.
Lany, who wanted to bring Mahal to Quezon City upon learning of her sister's condition, thought that she could still see her. However, such was no longer made possible.
"Akala ko maabutan ko pa siya. Hindi ko man lang nayakap 'yung kapatid ko. Sabi ko kahit may COVID pa siya, yayakapin ko siya e," said Lany.
Mahal is a comedienne. She is known for her cute voice and would always star alongside Mura, her onscreen partner.
The comedienne has passed away on August 31, Tuesday. This was revealed by her sister in the U.S., Irene, through a Facebook post. According to Irene, Mahal died due to digestive complications and COVID-19. The comedienne was suffering from dwarfism and stood 3-feet tall.
Irene Tesorero, the sister of comedienne Mahal revealed in a Facebook post that the cause of death of her sister is COVID-19. She said that there is no schedule yet for the burial of the comedienne due to COVID-19 restrictions. Mahal recently visited her long-time onscreen "partner" Mura and even signified that she would be helping him.