In recent days, the entertainment world has been in mourning for the recent deaths of Irma Serrano, Ignatius Lopez Tarsus and Rebecca Joneswho made up the controversial “Rule of 3”, a prophecy that arose in 1959, when 3 rock singers died.
Given this, a new “rule of 3” manifested itself, given the deaths of Juan Manuel Herrera Chaparro, member of “Vecinos”, Luis “Queli” Hernández, the fighter of “Cero en Conducta” and the most recent loss of Xavier López “Chabelo”.
Juan Manuel Herrera Chaparro
The actor of “Neighbors” passed away on March 23. This was announced through the Instagram account of the series.
“We deeply regret the death of our friend Juan Manuel Herrera Chaparro, he was part of the Neighbors team. We will miss you, fly high Juanito”, is the description with which they accompanied an image of Herrera Chaparro.
Luis “Queli” Hernandez
Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo mourned the death of his friend Luis Hernández, “Queli”, who gave life to Próculo Adame, one of the characters in “Cero en conducta”, a comedy series created in 1999.
Through Twitter, Ortiz de Pinedo, the creator of the series, which had five seasons and was broadcast on Televisa, regretted the departure of his friend, who played the “masked gangster”.
“My partner and admired friend died; Luis Hernández, “Queli”, who played and created the funny character of the “masked twanger” from “Cero en conducta” (Jorge’s little school) Rest in peace, dear friend”, read in your message.
Xavier Lopez “Chabelo”
Xavier López “Chabelo” passed away this Saturday morning at the age of 88, reported Jessica Neville, the actor’s public relations officer.
Similarly, through the comedian’s Twitter account, the cause of his death was detailed.
“This is a very sad morning, Xavier López Chabelo, father, brother and husband has left us suddenly, due to abdominal complications,” the tweet read.
What is the origin of the “Rule of 3” in the middle of the show?
the rule of 3 It emerged in 1959, when 3 rock singers died: Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valenz and JP Richardson, popularly called “The Big Bopper”, they lost their lives when the plane they were traveling in crashed and sparked a popular belief that is still valid to this day.
The Rule of 3 indicates that, when a well-known or renowned artist dies, two other deaths are approaching.
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