- Kakai Bautista took to social media to pay tribute to Jovit Baldivino
- She posted on her Instagram account a video of her performance with Jovit in an episode of ABS-CBN's “Your Face Sounds Familiar” in 2015
- In the caption, Kakai penned a heartfelt message to the late singer
- Jovit passed away at the age of 29 on Friday morning, Dec. 9
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Kakai Bautista paid a tribute to Jovit Baldivino after it was confirmed that the latter has passed away on Friday morning.
KAMI learned that on her Instagram page, Kakai shared a video of her performance with Jovit in an episode of ABS-CBN's “Your Face Sounds Familiar” in 2015.
The two of them sang “To Much Love Will Kill You” by Queen.
The comedienne also wrote a heartfelt caption where she remembered the late singer’s kindness towards her.
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“Pre’ napakabilis naman. Maraming Salamat sa Napakahusay at magandang musika mo. Hinding hindi ko to nakakalimutan kase paulit-ulit ka na ‘kaya mo yan’ bago tayo magperform. Kase sobrang kabado ako ang hirap mong gayahin!!! Salamat sa kabutihan mo.”
Kakai further wrote, “You will be remembered and missed. Prayers for you and your Family. May you rest in peace.”
Here is Kakai's post:
Jovit Baldivino was a Filipino singer who was propelled into the limelight when he joined the reality TV Show, "Pilipinas Got Talent". He also won a prestigious competition in 2010. He performed all over the Philippines in fiestas and other events.
Jovit has died at the age of 29. His wife, Camille Ann Miguel, posted a photo of both of them, and captioned it with crying images. His death was also confirmed by his brother Gil, who said that he died at 4:08 a.m. on Dec. 9 at the Jesus of Nazareth Hospital in Batangas.
Previously, the wife of Jovit took to Facebook and slammed the alleged "fake news" that circulated about her husband. Camille Ann Miguel challenged those making posts about her husband, telling them to make sure that their posts are correct. She then added that those who are making posts are not helping, but only worsening things. The singer's wife added that what they need were prayers and not erroneous posts.