Jorge Tello Villalobos, Popularly known as the ‘King of nightclubs’, he died this Saturday, as could be known on social networks after different artists of the medium shared the news.
Renowned salsa orchestras and interpreters in the country were surprised by the fact and lamented the death of the businessman, a recognized promoter of this genre in the world of local entertainment.
“I still can’t believe it’s true. Fly high, ‘Coco’, my condolences to the family, “wrote singer Amy Gutiérrez on her Instagram account.
Through the same social network, the group Son Tentación also sent a message about it. “Rest in peace dear ‘Coco’ Tello, thank you very much for being one of the first to give us the opportunity. Our sincerest condolences to family and friends.
Kate Candela also spoke about the death of the businessman. “It is incredible that you are no longer with us, Mr. ‘Coco’. I will never forget his words when I started as a soloist and his congratulations on my work. Thank you for the opportunities you gave me, “he said.
The Zaperoko orchestra shared a text recalling his experiences with Tello Villalobos. “You always trusted in our work. A great friend, with a unique way of being, so we will always remember you. Our great Coco Tello (…) a great salsa businessman in Peru. Rest in peace ”, they lamented.
In addition to Peruvian salsa, Tello, owner of nightclubs such as Karamba, Weekend, among others, hosted several well-known artists from the region such as Cano Estremera, Andy Montañez, Oscar De León, Tony Vega, Ismael Miranda, among others. .
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