- Sophia Corullo passed away at the age of 6
- She was a child actress who appeared in several shows of ABS-CBN
- Her mom revealed one of the phrases she heard from her child before she died
The mother of child star Sophia Corullo emotionally shared one of the last statements that she heard from her charming daughter.
KAMI learned that the said child actress suffered from severe dengue, which eventually took her life at the age of 6.
The news was announced to public through the Facebook page of JAMS Artist Production and a lot of netizens were saddened because of it.
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According to Angeli Corullo, the mom of the late child star, the hardwork and dedication of Sophia even at a young age were all for her family.
She disclosed that one of the last statements of her daughter was even about helping her sibling through providing her tuition.
“Lahat ng pangarap niya para sa mga kapatid niya, (wala na)…” she emotionally quipped.
“Nung last na taping nga niya, sabi niyang ganun, ‘Mommy, yung kinita ko bigay mo kay ate, pambayad niya yun sa school,’” she added.
Angeli, meanwhile, took the opportunity to caution other moms like her about the bigger implications of a fever.
“Maging cautious na sila na hindi pala porke nawala na yung lagnat okay na pala yun,” she concluded.
In a previous article by KAMI, many netizens aired their reactions upon knowing that the child star has passed away.
Sophia Corullo was a child actress in ABS-CBN. She gained popularity after joining the “Mini-Me” segment of the famous noontime show “It’s Showtime.”
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