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Mura gets emotional over Mahal's death: 'Hindi ako naniniwala hanggang ngayon'

“Nung nagpunta siya dito ang lakas-lakas pa niya. Parang wala siyang nararamdaman. Sobrang saya niya, masayahin siya lagi."

Patricia Matalog
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Patricia Matalog

9/3/2021 in News
Mura gets emotional over Mahal's death: 'Hindi ako naniniwala hanggang ngayon'

Mura, or Allan Padua in real life, was among the ones left devastated over the death of comedian Noemi "Mahal" Tesorero who passed away on Monday, August 31.

He is the other half of the famous Mahal and Mura tandem from the early 2000s.

In a vlog uploaded by Virgelyncares 2.0 Official, Mura said he is still in shock following the death of the comedian.

"Nabigla ako, eh. Hindi ko alam… hindi ako naniniwala hanggang ngayon," he said, breaking down in tears.

"Hindi talaga ako naniniwala na si Mahal patay na. Sabi ko, hindi naman ata totoo 'yan. Fake news na naman ata 'yan, eh."

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Mura said he couldn't believe Mahal suddenly passed away since she seemed healthy during her recent visit to his hometown in Guinobatan, Albay.

“Noong nagpunta siya dito ang lakas-lakas pa niya. Parang wala siyang nararamdaman, ganun. Sobrang saya niya, masayahin siya lagi. Parang wala naman sa kanyang nahahalata na may sakit siya," he recalled.

“Sabi ko, kung totoo man 'yan, sana makapunta ako kapag krinemate na siya baka kasi bawal,” he added.

Recalling the day Mahal visited him, he shared how she planned to visit him again this September and bring him with them to Manila.

“Ang sakit kasi, ang tagal naming hindi nagkita. Tapos nagkita kami dito sa bahay ko ng isang araw lang kasi kinabukasan umuwi na sila ulit."

“Sabi pa nga niya sa September babalikan nila ako para kukunin daw nila ako. Sabi ko naman, ‘Oo,’ tapos binigyan pa nga nila ako ng pambili ng baboy,” he shared.

Mura then extended his condolences to Mahal's bereaved family.

“Sa family ni Mahal, lubos akong nakikiramay sa inyo. Hindi rin ako makapaniwala na si Mahal wala na. Sana makapunta ako diyan sa inyo, madamayan ko man lang kayo sa pagdadalamhati ninyo. Pasensiya na kayo malayo ako, eh. Siguro kung malapit lang ako nandiyan din ako, karamay niyo. Nakikiramay ako sa inyong lahat,” he enthused.

Mahal's urn is open for public viewing at the Santuario De San Vicente de Paul in Quezon City from September 3 to September 5.

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