- Claudine Barretto mourned over Chokoleit's death
- Chokoleit was one of Claudine's co-star in the Kapamilya series Marina
- The actress said she will never forget the comedian
Claudine Barretto shared a clip showing moment with Chokoleit. They are close friends. They even slept together with other friend.
She mourned over losing a defender and a close friend.
"I cannot put into words the pain that n feeling Choko! Nawalan nanaman ako ng tagapagtanggol at mabuting kaibigan.i luv u sobra," she wrote.
In another post, Claudine asked her friend to hug her ex-boyfriend Rico Yan and Wenn De Ramas for her. She also thanked Chokoleit for being a loyal friend.
Mamimiss ko to! Paki hug si Direk Wenn at Rico para sakin. Thank u Choko isa kang LOYAL na kaibigan.mahal na mahal kita at d kita makakalimutan kahit kailan.
Claudine and Chokoleit worked together in fantaserye Marina where Claudine played the lead role Marina who is a mermaid.
Chokoleit played the role of Pearly Shell, the right hand of one of the antagonist, Dugong.
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Comedian Chokoleit's passing made the showbiz world and netizens mourn. Some netizens are expressing their sadness because of the untimely demise of one of the country's best comedians. According to a report by the Filipino Times, Chokoleit succumbed to pulmonary edema and heart attack, according to his attending physician Dr. Rosauro Seares.
He was rushed to a nearby hospital but the comedian did not make it. This was in contrast with the reports and social media posts that he was rushed to a hospital in Vigan. Pulmonary edema is fluid accumulation in the tissue and air spaces of the lungs. It may lead to fatal respiratory distress or cardiac arrest due to hypoxia, especially acute.
Jonathan Aguilar Garcia, better known by his stage name Chokoleit, is a Filipino comedian, actor, and TV host. He is best known for his role as Pearly Shell in the Philippine television series Marina.
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