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“Sakit pa din”: K Brosas remembers Chokoleit one month after death

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Apr. 11, 19 | 7:37 am

Singer-comedienne K Brosas still hasn’t moved on from the death of fellow comedian Chokoleit.

Through an Instagram post, Brosas said that she still feels the emotional pain of losing a close friend even after a month of Chokoleit’s passing.

Brosas posted a photo of her and Chokoleit, together with comedians Pooh and Pokwang, wearing all-black ensembles.

“We miss you, Chokoleit. It’s been a month. Sakit pa din,” Brosas said in the post dated April 9.

“Hoping ako na pwede kitang puntahan anytime para matawa ako nang bongga ‘pag wala akong work.

“Weird [kasi] feeling ko [andiyan] ka pa rin,” she added.

Brosas said that she knows Chokoleit wouldn’t want her to feel sad but she can’t help it.

“Alam ko na ayaw mo ng umiiyak at malungkot pero hayaan mo na muna ako, wag mo lang akong multuhin,” she said.

To recall, Chokoleit died on March 9 after he suffered a heart attack following his performance in Abra.

He was rushed to the hospital after he experienced difficulty in breathing, but he was pronounced dead shortly after.

After Chokoleit’s death, Brosas adopted one of his beloved dogs and named it “Chokie”.

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