Holding hands and with a hug, the three sons of Jose jose they managed to seal a truce to honor the remains of their father, who he died this saturday September 28 in Miami, Florida. This was announced by the consul of Mexico in that city, Jonathan Chait, in a statement on Tuesday night flanked by José Joel, Marysol and Sarita Sosa, children of the 'Prince of the Song', after a meeting they held in that diplomatic headquarters.
In a short statement the Mexican consul, who would have served as an intermediary for the children of José José to gain an understanding, announced that " the decision was made to be united, more than ever to say goodbye with the honor he deserves, both in Miami and in Mexico, to Mr. José Rómulo Sosa Ortiz, known and loved worldwide as our 'Prince of Song', "said Jonathan Chait.
José José's children have had a complicated relationship several years. Just as they failed to communicate after the singer's death, they faced each other in 2018 when he was transferred from Mexico to Miami after having been 20 days internship in a public hospital in Mexico City.RELATED
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In the hours after José José’s death, there was a confrontation between José Joel and Marysol Sosa, eldest sons of the singer; and Sarita Sosa, her youngest daughter. The first, residing in Mexico, denounced from your arrival in Miami
From the same Sunday, the Mexican consulate offered assistance publicly to the family of José José. After reaching the agreement on Tuesday, Consul Chait said that the details of the tributes to the singer will be offered by the family: "We will continue in dialogue and together we will be saying how these events are going to take place."
The children of José José Nor did they explain when and how the funeral will be held his father's. After the declaration of the consul, the three held hands, raised them and then shared an emotional hug where they were moved. Before the questions of the reporters, José Joel simply said that "we love you, thank you and talk soon," Marysol immediately raised his voice with a "Long live José José!".