Maria João Abreu died hearing the favorite song of her husband and one of her children


Maria João Abreu died while listening to the song “Black” by Pearl Jam

Rita Raposo, the daughter-in-law, shared an emotional message, saying that the subject was touched by her husband and one of her children.

Two days after Maria João Abreu’s death, Rita Raposo, the wife of one of her children, posted an emotional message on Instagram that revealed what the last moments in the life of the 57-year-old actress were. The daughter-in-law said she “went alone” while listening to Pearl Jam’s song “Black” played by her husband and one of their children.

“THE [Maria] João walked quietly while listening to João [Soares] and Ricardo [Raposo] dedicate one last song she loved to ‘Black’. She waited for the last guitar chord to breath for the last time. And it was beautiful as always! Saying that she is the best person in the world is not enough. There are many other things that cannot be explained, ”Rita Raposo wrote on her Instagram account this Saturday, 15.

The news was shared with an all-black video in which it is possible to hear the entire Pearl Jam song, which is part of the album “Ten” and was released in 1991.

In the same publication, Rita Raposo also explained why she could not attend the funeral of Maria João Abreu that took place in Lisbon that Saturday.

“Today we live in isolated grief. Due to Covid, we will not take part in the farewell to Joãozinha’s body. We will no longer be able to hug friends. However, we are feeling your entire avalanche of virtual love and it was that good. Many Thanks.”

Maria João Abreu died on Thursday May 13th after several operations to which she underwent an aneurysm. The actress’s career lasted almost 40 years. He participated in the theater, magazine, cinema, soap operas and series.

In addition to “A Serra” at SIC, where he was currently working and where he can be seen in the coming months, since he had recorded some scenes, he can remember some of his best appearances on various platforms. Click on the gallery to learn more about NiT’s six proposals.