Do you remember Joey Bautista of Mulatto band in the 90s?
It is sad when a part of your childhood is already gone. This might be the feeling of the fans of Joey Bautista.
Joey Bautista passed away, he was the lead singer of the 90’s band Mulatto.
Based on the reports, Joey passed away due to C0VID-19. However, Joey’s family and relatives yet to confirm if it was really because of C0VID-19.
While some close friends of Joey confirmed his passing through social media.
Including them are Muntinlupa Lone District Representative Ruffy Biazon, FAP Director-General Vivian Velez, and actress Sunshine Cruz.
Congressman Biazon Twitted, “It feels different when it’s people in your circle that falls to the virus. Rest In Peace, Joey Bautista.”
For Vivian, she uploaded a photo of her and Joey on Facebook introducing the late singer with a crying emoticon.
Like Vivian, actress Sunshine Cruz also extends her grief through a Facebook post.
Here are some of Joey’s band, Mulatto songs:
“Move it,” “Nang Tumugtog Ang Awit Ko,” On The Right Track,” “Full Circle,” and a remake of “Growing Up” that part of the soundtrack T.G.I.S.
The world is in a total health scare right now because of the continuous spread of the C0VID-19.
In our country, there are more than two hundred confirmed cases of the virus.
The public is advised to stay at home and follow the enhanced community quarantine rules.