A little over a week of the death of Diego Verdaguercelebrities, friends and loved ones continue to remember passages of his life next to the singerwho died of health complications arising of Covid-19. One of them has been Marco Antonio Solisbetter known as the bukki, who dedicated a touching tribute to the interpreter of “Volveré” and revealed a unpublished photograph.
Just a few days after Amanda Miguel recalled how her love story began with Diego Verdaguer more than 40 years ago, the buki spoke of the bonds of friendshipd that united him to the artist, of Argentine origin, for decades.
On the occasion of the upcoming celebrations for Valentine’s Day, the interpreter of songs like “If you hadn’t gone” or “Where are we going to stop” shared in his account from Instagram that the friendship he had with Verdaguer was based on the trust and had given him countless laughter and anecdotes.
“Starting the month of love and friendship, it should be highlighted how beautiful it feels to remember, yearn for and much more importantly, savor the present and precisely the memories are made up of moments and I had the joy of living surrounded by good and faithful friends who have been able to see the fruits in my career and in my life, sharing laughter, talks, anecdotes, like here at this magical moment embodied in an image that I will always remember! @diegoverdaguer…”, wrote Marco Antonio Solís.
Along with the extensive text, he published a photograph in which the singer appears next to Verdaguer, and by his side you can see the daughters of the buki: Marla and Alison Solis. They all smile as they give each other a friendly hug.